Neither thinks Hillary Clinton is really opposed to the TPP trade deal.
Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue, a top lobbyist for the pro-corporate-power Trans-Pacific Partnership [TPP] agreement, recently assured viewers that if Hillary Clinton wins the Presidential election, Clinton will support the TPP, even though she opposes it now.
Does the rise of The Donald and Bernie mean that money in politics isn't really a problem? No, it does not.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform just devoted much of an entire day bemoaning the proliferation of breaches of Americans' personal data.
"Is there an example of a race the chamber was involved in and was vilified by a candidate who won?" asked Holmes, rhetorically
But immigration reform has gone nowhere in the House. Donohue said he believes the House could pass a bill this year, and
Three of the nation's most prominent trade associations are striking back at a corporate disclosure study that concludes large companies are increasingly more transparent about their politicking.
Speaking to reporters at a breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor, Donohue added that he doesn't personally know