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ALEC loses its anonymity

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Most political organizations crave the spotlight. A higher profile generally means more influence, more power, and more contributions from donors. Groups on the left and right, from the NRA to MoveOn.org, want to be household names because it maximizes their ability to have an impact. But there are exceptions. The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has traditionally been anonymous, working behind the scenes to advance a far-right agenda far from the public spotlight -- which was always the intended plan. Shadowy obscurity allowed ALEC to be more effective and made it easier for lawmakers to follow the group's lead without controversy. That's quickly changing as ALEC finds itself where it didn't want to be: in the spotlight.

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Like other group with ill-intentions ALEC will soo... by Dennis Kaiser on Sunday, Apr 8, 2012 at 11:55:55 AM