How it Works
Whenever legislation is introduced in Congress that concerns Carbon Capture ,
you can be sure that lobbyists will step in to influence the outcome of such legislation.
You may not like the idea, but lobbying is a reality of American politics at this time.
THERE IS A WAY TO FIGHT BACK Democracy Rules members contribute small amounts
of money, usually $1 to $10, to create a large lobbying fund.
You may think that a $1 contribution would not be effective,
but, when combined with thousands of other small contributions,
we are able to build a substantial fund.
DR lobbying actions may include any or all of the following:
- Sending Tweets, Facebook posts, emails, letters or phone calls to legislators.
- Buying advertising; either TV, radio, print or online (FaceBook and Twitter).
- Making contributions to non-affilated organizations whose stated purpose agrees with our issue position.
- Making contributions to non-affiliated PAC's.
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