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The Institute for Legal Reform: The Chamber’s Corporate Conduit [USA]

Author: US Chamber Watch, Published on: 26 October 2011

Recently, the ILR has lobbied on a litany of controversial issues, from pushing Congress to make it easier for corporations to bribe foreign officials by gutting the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, to slowing the implementation of the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill and opposing political spending disclosure requirements from companies that have contracts with the federal government....

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