May 22, 2014
I am outraged that the Securities and Exchange Commission has dropped the rule requiring publicly traded corporations to disclose their political spending from the unified agenda.
As a shareholder, I'm entitled to know how corporate executives are spending MY money. That the SEC even questions this basic shareholder right, demonstrates the corruption of our federal agencies by exactly this type of lobbying. Transparency has proven to be the most effective deterrent against corruption. Isn't the SEC most basic purpose ensuring this transparency?!
Thank you for considering my comment.Quinn Miller