2012 CPA-Zicklin Index Press Release (pdf)

Although secret political money is surging, many large American companies have voluntarily strengthened their political disclosure and accountability policies and practices, according to an annual benchmarking study released today. In the first full election cycle

CPA Letter Challenges Wall Street Journal Attacks on Political Disclosure (pdf)

The Center for Political Accountability responded to recent Wall Street Journal attacks on corporate political disclosure in a letter published in today’s paper. CPA chair John Milton Cooper, Jr. wrote that companies are not being silenced but “are responding to the

Groundbreaking Corporate Political Activity Handbook Sets Out Emerging Best Practices for Political Spending (pdf)

On the eve of the most expensive mid-term election in American history, The Conference Board today released a groundbreaking Handbook on Corporate Political Activity, co-authored by Center for Political Accountability president Bruce F. Freed and counsel Karl Sandstrom with

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