Taking government money? Disclose your political spending: Companies should opt for transparency now more than ever

Read CPA's Op-Ed in the New York Daily News

Taking the Lead in Adopting Political Transparency in the COVID-19 Crisis

Read CPA's Post in the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

CPA to SEC: Don’t Undermine Corporate Democracy and Investor First Amendment Rights

Read CPA's Comments to the SEC on Proposed Proxy Voting Rule Changes

Do not stifle shareholder voices: SEC proposals on proxy questions would damage efforts to hold companies accountable

Read CPA's Op-Ed in the Financial Times

2019 CPA-Zicklin Index

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CPA Report: Collision Course

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The Center for Political Accountability is spearheading the effort to bring transparency and accountability to corporate political spending and change company political spending norms. CPA is achieving results by directly engaging companies to improve disclosure and oversight of their political spending with corporate funds.

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