From: Gene Nusekabel
The SEC and its commissioners should work on a rule requiring political disclosure from public companies, in the interests of their shareholders. Businesses should not be empowered to use nonprofits or associations to do their political bidding, and shareholders have a right to know how executives are using company resources for political purposes — especially if those purposes are against shareholders' interests. I invest in America for business purposes and a fair return on my investment. I do not invest for business to pursue a ANY political agenda. If they do, I want to know so i can invest somewhere else if I disagree with their political investment. I have a right to know just lick a board member. Open the door and let me see in.
Gene NusekabelColumbus, OH, OH