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HOUSTON (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil said on Thursday it ended its association with the American Legislative Exchange Council, a conservative political group that several other prominent U.S. corporations have left in recent years.

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ALEC, a coalition of state lawmakers and companies that proposes legislation, has been criticized for its stance on climate change, tort reform and gun control. In recent years, it has lost dozens of members, including BP, Royal Dutch Shell Group, Ford Motor, and Expedia Group.

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2 thoughts on “Exxon Mobil joins exodus of firms from lobbying group ALEC

  1. Pingback: Exxon Mobil joins exodus of firms from lobbying group ALEC — The Secular Jurist | sdbast

  2. I don’t believe this means much. I’ve seen 2 companies announce leaving ALEC only to rejoin about a year later. It’s often just public relations. And even if they actually leave the organization in name, how do we know they don’t continue to work toward the same goals? Exxon-Mobil is a terrorist organization.

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