Chamber of Commerce Spent Millions to Influence State-Level Attorneys General, State Supreme Court and Federal Races

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and its affiliated Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) failed to report millions in taxable spending from 2000 to 2004 intended to influence state attorneys general, state supreme court and federal races around the country, according to a Public Citizen complaint filed today with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

READ the press release

READ the statement of Joan Claybrook

READ the complaint

READ A Snapshot of Ohio-based 501(c) Electioneering Groups Involved with Judicial Elections

REVIEW Tax Returns for the Chamber of Commerce

REVIEW Tax Returns for the Institute for Legal Reform