The donation is another in a string of ties that the lawmaker seems to have with right-wing interests.
Sen. Joe Manchin is likely opposed to H.R.1 because it lessens the influence and cash flow of dark money, she said.
The Don’t Weaponize the IRS Act would prevent the IRS from mandating 501(c)(4) nonprofits to identify their top donors.
The dark money-funded ads attack legislation that would lower prescription drug costs.
This cycle, the stakes could not be higher.
The American Action Network is pouring millions into a TV, digital advertising and phone campaign attacking H.R. 3.
50 Democratic congressmembers joined Jayapal in introducing an amendment to “put power back into the hands of people.”
A billionaire-backed fund is promoting a deregulation agenda critical of prevailing public health recommendations.
A Koch group said it’s “incredibly difficult” to sway even Republicans against H.R. 1.
Corporations mustn’t be designated gatekeepers with the power to decide who gets to communicate and who doesn’t.