May 9, 2015
The public is losing confidence in all gov't agencies. For whom do they work? The SEC is vital to protecting our democratic process. The SEC has a duty to protect investors and promote the public interest by issuing a rule requiring disclosure of political contributions by publicly traded companies.
This is critical. Shareholders need to know whether their money is being used to run a business or to run election attack ads.
Please place a rule on the unified agenda by the end of May 2015 that will require disclosure of political spending, as laid out in file number 4-637.Pam Sloane