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Which Companies Keep Political Contributions Secret?

Since the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, corporations can make unlimited contributions to political candidates, and most often there is no way for investors or other corporate constituents to find out how much they are spending and which candidates they are supporting. The Center for Political Accountability (CPA) has a number of programs for tracking corporate political spending and urging companies to be more transparent.
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