Click here to see the entire July 2011 ALEC Exposed edition of The Nation magazine.
John Nichols writes about politics for The Nation
magazine as its Washington correspondent. He is a contributing writer for The Progressive
and In These Times
and the associate editor of the Capital Times
, the daily newspaper in Madison, Wisconsin.
To read John Nichols' bio, click here. To read his ALEC article in The Nation, click here.
Click here to listen to John Nichols on NPR's "Fresh Air."
Click here to listen to John Nichols discuss ALEC with Ohio State Senator Bill Seitz on WOSU, Ohio's Public Radio.
John Nichols on "Countdown with Keith Olbermann."
To read Lisa Graves' bio, click here. To read her ALEC article in The Nation, click here.
Lisa Graves talks about ALEC corporations, their agenda, and the Koch brothers' involvement
Lisa Graves and Mary Bottari discuss ALEC on WORT's "A Public Affair"
Click here to watch Lisa Graves ALEC's corporate legislation with Amy Goodman on DemocracyNOW!.
Click here to watch Lisa Graves discuss the corporations paying to write America’s laws at ALEC, on MSNBC.
Lisa Graves on "Democracy Now!"
Lisa Graves on the "Thom Hartmann Show:"
Lisa Graves and John Nichols on MSNBC's "The Ed Show:"
The Rochester Citizen Interviews Lisa Graves:
Joel Rogers is professor of law, political science, public affairs, and sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he also directs COWS (Center on Wisconsin Strategy), and its subsidiaries Mayors Innovation Project, Center for State Innovation, and State Smart Transportation Initiative.
To read Joel Rogers' bio, click here. To read his ALEC article in The Nation, click here.
Julie K. Underwood, a nationally recognized authority on school law, is the dean of the UW-Madison School of Education. Previously she served as General Counsel for the National School Boards Association in Washington, D.C.
To read Julie Underwood's bio, click here. To read her ALEC article in The Nation, click here.
Wendell Potter has served since May 2009 as the Center For Media and Democracy's Senior Fellow on Health Care.
To read Wendell Potter's bio, click here. To read his ALEC article in The Nation, click here.
Mary Bottari is an experienced policy wonk and communications professional. She launched the Real Economy Project at the Center for Media and Democracy, and is the founder of BanksterUSA.org.
Mary Bottari Discusses ALEC's Influence in Wisconsin on WTDY's "Sly in the Morning"
Click here to listen to Mary Bottari discuss ALEC on "Counter Spin".
Click here to listen to Mary Bottari discuss ALEC on Uprising Radio.
Click here to listen to Mary Bottari discuss the extent of ALEC's influence on WSJM.