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FreedomWorks Foundation Files Comment Opposing SEC Proposal To Mandate Disclosure of Climate Risks

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FreedomWorks Foundation today filed a comment opposing the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) proposal to mandate that public companies disclose their impact on climate change. Our activists filed 1263 comments opposing this proposal.

06/17/2022
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A Roadmap for Digital Assets

Much like the internet in the 1990s, digital assets are revolutionizing the way we look at both technology and the economy. There’s a strong case that blockchain technology will be among the most important innovations in our lifetimes.

06/13/2022
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Stop the SEC's Woke Climate Disclosure

The Big Picture

05/31/2022
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Bill of the Month May 2022: H.R. 7355, the Stop Excessive Climate Reporting Act.

The Big Picture

05/26/2022
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5 Things You Need to Know about the SEC's Climate Disclosure

05/25/2022
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FreedomWorks Foundation Submits Formal Comment to Securities and Exchange Commission Against Private Investment Rule

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Today, FreedomWorks Foundation submitted a formal comment to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against a proposed rule that would subject private equity to many of the same onerous requirements as public equity.

04/25/2022
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Op-ed Placement

The SEC to Public Companies: Go Woke, or Go Broke

Say goodbye to Warren Buffett and the traditional investment metrics of value, growth potential, an economic moat, and a company’s strong leadership. It’s time to embrace the new true way of investing: the government-mandated disclosure of the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) impact of a company. Or so some want you to think.

06/30/2021
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FreedomWorks Foundation Submits Comments on Climate Change Disclosure

Today, FreedomWorks Foundation submitted a formal comment to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding their request for information (RFI) about climate change disclosures. In their RFI, the SEC seeks public input on their decision to "evaluate our disclosure rules with an eye toward facilitating the disclosure of consistent, comparable, and reliable information on climate change."

06/14/2021
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Regulatory Acceptance of Stablecoins Signals Big Changes on the Horizon

A major piece of guidance issued recently by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is already making waves in financial circles. This directive allows banks and federal savings associations to hold deposits as reserves for stablecoins that are backed one-to-one by a fiat currency. Although this order is very limited in scope, it represents a pivotal move towards an innovative regulatory framework and signals the future inclusion of commodity-backed stablecoins.

10/05/2020
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Congress Moves to Cancel Obama-Era Regulations Under the Congressional Review Act

Since the Congressional Review Act became law in 1996 through the 114th Congress, more than 120 resolutions of disapproval have been introduced to cancel regulations promulgated by federal agencies. The Congressional Review Act gives Congress 60 legislative days after a federal agency submits a rule for review. Between the 104th Congress and the 114th Congress, only one resolution of disapproval canceling a rule passed by both chambers of Congress and was signed into law.

02/03/2017

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