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Responsible Investments for a Brighter America

A campaign to protect the American economy, workers, families, businesses, and the environment.

Fighting to Protect Responsible Investing

Powered by corporations and special interests, politicians in Washington and in state capitols are pushing harmful policies to stop environmental, social, and governance initiatives and interfere with the American people’s right to responsible investing.

The result: long-term damage to the U.S. economy. 

Unlocking America’s Future is protecting Americans’ freedom to invest in a sustainable future.

Poll after poll has shown that voters are rejecting the attacks on responsible investing.

Only 8% of Americans

and 7% of Republicans think investigating how companies spend money on responsible investing issues should be a priority for Congress.

83% of Americans

trust companies more than politicians when deciding whether they agree with a company’s stance on a social or political issue.

72% of Americans

think it’s important for companies to take action on responsible investing.

Unlocking America’s Future
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ICYMI: Philadelphia Inquirer Publishes Unlocking America’s Future Letter to the Editor Applauding Pennsylvania For Standing up to Big Oil, Avoiding Becoming Texas

Pennsylvania’s Bucks County last week filed a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against the largest American oil companies…
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ESG NEWS ACROSS AMERICA: States Will Play a Key Role in the Fight To Protect Responsible Investing

Recent developments suggest that states will play a critical role in protecting responsible investing nationally.…
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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING: Support Builds for New SEC Rule to Standardize Climate Risk Disclosures 

Last week, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved a highly anticipated rule to…
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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING: SEC Approves New Rule to Standardize Climate Risk Disclosures for Publicly Traded Companies

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday approved a highly anticipated rule to standardize…