Time For Colleges To Support Political Contributions Disclosure

In the linked article in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Terra Lawson-Remer from The New School and Dan Apfel, REC's Executive Director make the case that it is time for colleges and universities to demand that companies disclose how they are spending money in politics

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