November 11, 2014
I am displeased that the Securities and Exchange Commission has dropped the rule requiring publicly traded corporations to disclose their political spending from the unified agenda. As an investor I'm not only interested in knowing what dividends I am likely to receive, but also whether the company I am giving my money to is engaged in moral or immoral behavior. To have the privilege of listing on the public exchanges, it is a natural and basic requirement that corporations should be required to disclose their political spending.
Please return the rule to the unified agenda and complete the rule.