Who Funds ALEC?
More than 98% of ALEC’s revenues come from sources such as corporations, corporate trade groups, and corporate foundations.
Each corporate member pays an annual fee of between $7,000 and $25,000 a year, with additional annual fees of up to $10,000.
Why would a corporation want to pay tens of thousands of dollars to this organization? Because that is a small price to pay in exchange for passing ALEC-authored laws designed to pad their profits.
In Indiana, ALEC and ALEC members have passed laws to:
- Take away collective bargaining rights
- Dismantle unions through “right to work” legislation
- Suppress wages
- Suppress the vote
Join us in calling on all Indiana lawmakers to #DumpALEC and end their membership with ALEC! We’re rallying on Wednesday, July 27 at 3:30 pm EST at the statehouse in Indianapolis. Click below to RSVP for the 2016 Indianapolis ALEC protest: