The Hidden Way Corporations, Billionaire Execs, Fund Republicans Who Claimed Voter Fraud


"I can't think of anything that would stop a company from telling executives not to make political contributions or from requiring pre-approval of any political contributions," said Brendan Fischer, director of federal reform at Campaign Legal Center. He added that, with some exceptions, "in most private-sector, non-unionized workplaces, the law does not stop employers from firing workers for their political views or activities, including for their record of political contributions."

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