ALEC PRISON INDUSTRY EMPLOYERS Taser International National Rifle Association

American Legislative Exchange Council

CORPORATE MEMBERS PRISON

INDUSTRY: Costing Middle Class Jobs

AlecPrison Industry

Corporate members[edit]

News Corporation (parent company of Twentieth Century FoxWall Street Journal and Fox News)[21]

Corrections Corporation of America; Geo Group (formerly known as Wackenhut)[28]; Koch Industries

3M[19] Allergan[20] Altria (formerly known as Philip Morris)[3] America Online (AOL)[21] American Bail Coalition[3] American Bankers Association[22] American Council of Life Insurers[22] American Council of Trustees and Alumni[23] American Insurance Association[22] American Legal Financial Association[24] American Petroleum Institute[25] American Principles Project[23] American Tort Reform Association[24] Americans for Tax Reform[21] Amoco[25] Anheuser-Busch[22] Association for Competitive Technology[21] AstraZeneca[20] AT&T[3][20] Bayer[3][20] BNSF Railway[24] Bristol-Myers Squibb[20] Cato Institute [21] Celgene[20] Center for Competitive Politics[26][27] Center for Digital Media Freedom[21] Centerpoint360[3] CenturyLink[20] Charter Communications[21] Cintra[22] Citizens In Charge Foundation[26] Civil Justice Reform Group[24] Comcast[20] Community Financial Services Association[22] Con-way[22] ConocoPhilips[20] Corrections Corporation of America[28] Coventry Health Care[22] Crown Cork and Seal Company[24] CTIA – The Wireless Association[21] DCI Group[21] Diageo[3][20] DirecTV[21] Dow Chemical[20] DuPont[20] EBay[21] Eli Lilly[20] Entertainment Software Association[20] Entergy[24] Express Scripts[20] ExxonMobil[3][20] Fadem & Associates[27] Farmer’s Insurance[24] Federalist Society[24] FedEx[20] Foundation for Excellence in Education[29] Free State Foundation[21] Genentech[20] Geo Group (formerly known as Wackenhut)[28] Georgia Pacific[24] GlaxoSmithKline[3][20] Heartland Institute[30][31] Higher Education Research/Policy Center Illinois Policy Institute[23] Imagine Learning[23] Institute for Justice[27] Institute for Legal Reform[24] Institute for Policy Innovation[21] International Franchise Association[22] James Madison Institute[29] Justice Fellowship[27] Kansas City Power and Light[32] Koch Industries[3][20][24] Lawyers for Civil Justice[24] Macquarie Capital[22] Management and Training Corporation[28] McLeod County Farmers Union[27][not in citation given] MV VeriSol[22] National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies[22][24] National Association of Water Companies[33] National Beer Wholesalers Association[26] National Cable and Telecommunications Association[21] National Coalition for Safer Roads[27][not in citation given] National Federation of Independent Business[24] National Pawnbrokers Association[26] National Popular Vote[27] National Rifle Association[20] NetChoice[21] News Corporation (parent company of Twentieth Century Fox, Wall Street Journal and Fox News)[21] Novartis[20] Orchid Cellmark[27] Pacific Research Institute[24] Pfizer[3][20] PhRMA[3] Pickle Consulting Group[24] Pioneer Institute[29] Price Waterhouse Coopers[24] Progress and Freedom Foundation[21] Property Casualty Insurers[22][24] Reason Foundation[21] Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals[27] Sanofi Aventis[20] Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association[21] Schering Plough[20] Serlin Hale[27][not in citation given] Sprint Nextel[21] State Farm Insurance[3] State Policy Network[21] Stop Child Predators[26] Taser International[24] Thomson Reuters[19] Time Warner[19] T-Mobile[21] United Health[29] United Parcel Service[3][20] US Chamber of Commerce[23][24] Verizon[20] VISA USA[22] Wine Institute[22] Wireless Generation[29] Wise Carter Child & Caraway[21] Wyeth[20] Xcel Energy[29]

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