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Watchdog on Charles Koch Op-ed: The Hypocrisy is Palpable

Washington, D.C.—Public Campaign Action Fund released background information today in response to Charles Koch’s Wall Street Journal op-ed bemoaning “crony capitalism” and “special favors."

Watchdog Urges Dane County District Attorney and Government Accountability Board Investigation into Walker’s Political Solicitation from “David Koch”

Washington, D.C.—National campaign finance watchdog Public Campaign Action Fund sent a letter to the Dane County (WI) District Attorney and Wisconsin’s Government Accountability Board (GAB) today urging that they open concurrent investigations into Gov. Scott Walker’s (R-Wisc.) possible double violations of state campaign finance and ethics statutes. The letter is in response to yesterday’s release of a taped phone call between Gov. Walker and a person he thought was out-of-state, billionaire campaign donor David Koch.

WATCHDOG EXPLORING CAMPAIGN FINANCE AND ETHICS LAW-BREAKING BY SCOTT WALKER DURING FAKE CALL WITH BILLIONAIRE “DAVID KOCH”

If Walker broke the law, he should resign, says watchdog

Washington, D.C.—Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wisc.), in a taped telephone conversation released last night, appears to suggest political coordination while talking to someone he believes is one of his political donors, David Koch--a possible illegal action, according to campaign watchdog Public Campaign Action Fund.  

Watchdog Group Slams Koch Brothers Funded TV Ad in Wisconsin

Washington, D.C.— Public Campaign Action Fund responded to a new television ad by the corporate front group Americans for Prosperity today, lambasting it as out of touch with the values of Wisconsin workers.

Statement from David Donnelly, national campaigns director for Public Campaign Action Fund:

New Report: House Energy Committee’s Close Ties to Energy Industry Interests

Washington, D.C.—As the Energy and Power Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee begins hearings today on legislation to weaken the EPA and Clean Air Act, a new report from Public Campaign Action Fund shows close ties between energy interests and committee members.