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Right-Wing Companies

List of Companies Supporting Right-Wing and Tea Party Causes and Candidates to Boycott

July 17, 2012 | Filed under: Take A Stand | Posted by: 

As we discussed in our recent article, 4 Effective Ways to Fight the Tea Party, there are many things we can do to combat their agenda.  We can work to advocate truthfulness, avoid television stations that air conservative Super PAC propoganda.  WE can support candidates facing elections against Tea Party candidates…

And we can boycott boycott boycott companies whose products and services help fund the Tea Party agenda and candidates.

For your convenience, here is a list of but a few of those companies we should avoid.  Be sure to share with your family and friends. This is by no means a fully comprehensive list, but it is a good beginning.

Also, change.org has a petition you can sign telling “Cannon Pharmacy, Quicken Loans, Angie’s List, & 37 Limbaugh Sponsors – We’re Not Buying”.

NEWS CORP

Be sure not to watch:

  • 20th Century Fox Television programs on other networks (24, Married with Children, etc.)
  • Big Ten Network (49%)
  • Fox Business Network;
  • Fox College Sports
  • Fox Movie Channel
  • Fox News
  • Fox News Channel
  • Fox Reality Channel
  • Fox Soccer Channel
  • Fox Sports en Español
  • Fox Sports Enterprises
  • Fox Sports Net
  • Fox-branded local television stations
  • Foxtel (25%)
  • FUEL TV
  • FX Networks
  • National Geographic Channel (International) (50%)
  • National Geographic Channel (US) (67%)
  • Speed Channel
  • Sport South

Do not watch movies produced by these studios:

  • 20th Century Fox Español
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • 20th Century Fox International
  • 20th Century Fox movies;
  • Blue Sky Studios pictures;
  • Fox Searchlight Pictures;

On the web, avoid:

  • AmericanIdol.com
  • AskMen.com
  • Authonomy via HarperCollins
  • Fox Interactive Media
  • Fox.com
  • Foxsports.com
  • GameSpy
  • Hulu.com
  • IGN
  • MyNetworktv.com
  • MySpace (5%)
  • News Digital Media
  • Scout.com
  • TheSimpsons.com
  • TheXFactorUSA.com
  • WhatIfSports

Do not buy/subscribe to magazine/print publications or read books from:

  • Alpha
  • Barron’s – weekly financial markets magazine.
  • Big League
  • Chopper
  • Country Style
  • Financial News
  • Harper Collins
  • Lifestyle Pools + outdoor design
  • Live to Ride
  • Marketwatch – Financial news and information website.
  • MasterChef Magazine
  • Modern Boating
  • Modern Fishing
  • New York Post
  • Overlander 4WD
  • SmartSource Magazine
  • Super Food Ideas
  • Tattoo
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • Truck & Trailer Australia
  • Truckin’ Life
  • Two Wheels
  • Two Wheels Scooter
  • Vogue Entertaining + Travel
  • Zondervan Publishing

THE KOCH BROTHERS

  • ADI-Pure ®
  • Antron ®
  • Brawny brand paper towels and other products;
  • Chemical products including: •Sure Sol ® products
  • Comforel® fiberfill
  • CoolMax ®
  • Cordura ® fabric
  • DACRON ®
  • DBE ® dibasic esters
  • Delica ®
  • Demak’Up ®
  • Dixie® Brand cups plates, and other products;
  • European brands: •Colhogar ®
  • Georgia-Pacific lumber and paper products;
  • Inversoft ®
  • Kitten Soft ®
  • Koch Agricultural – Operates cattle ranches
  • Koch Fertilizers
  • Lotus ®
  • Man-made fabrics and fibers including: •LYCRA ®
  • Mardi Gras brand paper goods;
  • Matador Ranch – Hunting ranch.
  • Moltonel ®
  • Northern brand toilet paper;
  • Nouvelle ®
  • Okay
  • Oxyclear ™
  • Performa ®
  • Polarguard ®
  • Polyclear ®
  • Polyshield ®
  • Soft-n-Gentle® brand toilet paper;
  • SolarMax ®
  • Somerelle ® Bedding
  • Sparkle brand paper goods;
  • Sparkle brand paper napkins;
  • Stainmaster® carpet and fabric care products;
  • Supplex ® Fabric
  • Tactel®
  • Tactesse ® Carpet Fibers
  • Tenderly ®
  • Terathane
  • Thermolite ®
  • Tutto ®
  • Vanity Fair brand paper napkins;
  • Zee brand paper goods

THE DeVOS FAMILY

  • AMWAYproducts (much of which are made in China) including: •Nutrilite ®
  • Artistry make-up and skin care products
  • Body Series personal products;
  • DITTO Delivery
  • eSpring laundry and cleaning products;
  • Fulton Street Market products;
  • Glister oral care products;
  • Hi-Gear automotive products
  • iCook
  • Legacy of Clean;
  • Miss America make-up and skin care products
  • NUTRIPET ® products
  • Nutriplant agricultural products;
  • Perfect Empowered drinking water
  • Personal Accents ® scents;
  • Satinique bath products;
  • The Creme LuXury Collection make-up and skin care products
  • The NBA ® Orlando Magic
  • Trend Collection make-up and skin care products
  • XLP automotive products
  • XS energy drinks
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The Common Cause List of ALEC Corporations

 

Corporation Headquarters ALEC Task Force Membership
1-800 Contacts, Inc. UT Health and Human Services
Allergan, Inc. CA Health and Human Services
Altria Client Services VA Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development , Civil Justice, Tax and Fiscal Policy
Amazon.com, Inc. WA Communications and Technology
American Electric Power Company Inc. OH Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
AMERIGROUP Corporation DC Health and Human Services
Amgen Inc. CA Health and Human Services
Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. MO Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development ; Tax and Fiscal Policy
AOL Inc. NY Tax and Fiscal Policy; Communications and Technology
Apotex Corp. FL Health and Human Services
Arduin, Laffer & Moore Econometrics, LLC FL Tax and Fiscal Policy
Astellas Pharma US, Inc. IL Health and Human Services
AstraZeneca Inc. London, UK Health and Human Services
AT&T DC Communications and Technology, Tax and Fiscal Policy
Bank of America NC Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Basell Industries TX Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Bayer Leverkusen, Germany Civil Justice; Energy, Environment, and Agriculture; Health and Human Services
Bayer HealthCare Leverkusen, Germany Energy, Environment, and Agriculture; Health and Human Services
Best Buy MN Communications and Technology
BNSF Railway Company TX Civil Justice
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. CT >Health and Human Services
BP London, UK Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Bridgepoint Education CA Education
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company NY Health and Human Services
Brown-Forman Corporation KY Tax and Fiscal Policy
Celgene Corporation NJ Health and Human Services
CenturyLink LA Communications and Technology
Charter Communications MO Communications and Technology
Chevron CA Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Cintra Madrid, Spain Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Civil Justice Reform Group C/o General Electric Company   Civil Justice
Cloud Peak Energy CO Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Comcast Cable Communications, LLC MS Communications and Technology, Tax and Fiscal Policy
Con-way MI Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Connections Academy (Division of Connections Educationcation, LLC) MD Education
Continental Resources, Inc. OK Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Corinthian Colleges, Inc. CA Education
Coventry Health Care MD Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Cox Communications GA Communications and Technology
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. TN Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Crown Cork & Seal PA Civil Justice
CVS Caremark Corporation RI Health and Human Services
Daiichi Sankyo, Inc. NJ Health and Human Services
DCI Group, LLC DC Communications and Technology
Dezenhall Communications Mgmt. Group, LTD DC Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Diageo North America, Inc. MD Tax and Fiscal Policy
Dominion Resources Services Inc. VA Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Duke Energy Corporation NC Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
EBay Inc. CA Communications and Technology
Edison Electric Institute DC Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Eli Lilly and Company IN Health and Human Services
EMD Serono MA Health and Human Services
Endo Pharmaceuticals PA Health and Human Services
Energy Future Holdings TX Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
EnergySolutions UT Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Entergy LA Civil Justice
Express Scripts MO Health and Human Services
ExxonMobil Corporation TX Civil Justice, Energy, Environment, and Agriculture, Tax and Fiscal Policy
Farmers Insurance Group/Companies CA Civil Justice
FedEx Corporation TX Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
General Electric Company NY Tax and Fiscal Policy
General Motors Corp. MI Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Georgia-Pacific Corporation GA Civil Justice
GlaxoSmithKline London, UK Civil Justice, Health and Human Services
Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Company IL Health and Human Services
Hewlett-Packard Company CA Communications and Technology
Honeywell International NJ Civil Justice
Insight Schools OR Education
InterMountain Corporate Affairs CO Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
International Paper TN Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
IntuCommunications and Technology Inc. CA International/Federal Relations; Communications and Technology
J.R. Simplot Company ID Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
John Deere & Company IL Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Johnson & Johnson NJ Civil Justice; Health and Human Services
K12 Inc. VA Education
Koch Companies Public Sector WI Energy, Environment, and Agriculture; Civil Justice; Public Safety and Elections; Tax and Fiscal Policy
LKQ/Keystone Automotive IL Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
LoanMax GA Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
LogistiCare Solutions, LLC GA Health and Human Services
Macquarie Capital USA Sydney, Australia Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Marathon Oil Company TX Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
MDU Resources Group, Inc. ND Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Medco Health Solutions, Inc. NJ Health and Human Services
MedImmune, Company of AstraZeneca MD Health and Human Services
Medtronic, Inc. MN Health and Human Services
Merck & Company, Inc. NJ Civil Justice; Health and Human Services
Microsoft Corporation WA Communications and Technology
MillerCoors IL Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development ; Public Safety and Elections
MV VeriSol SC Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) TN Civil Justice
National Heritage Academies MI Education
National Tax and Fiscal Policypayers Union VA Energy, Environment, and Agriculture; Tax and Fiscal Policy
Norfolk Southern Corporation VA Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Novartis Corporation NJ Health and Human Services
NV Energy, Inc. NV Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Occidental Oil & Gas Co. CA Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Occidental Petroleum Corporation CA Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Orchid Cellmark

 

OH Public Safety and Elections
PacifiCorp OR Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Parquet Public Affairs FL Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Peabody Energy MO Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Pfizer Inc NY Civil Justice; Health and Human Services
Philip Morris International NY Tax and Fiscal Policy
Pinnacle West Capital Corp. AZ Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Publix Super Markets, Inc. FL Tax and Fiscal Policy
Purdue Pharma L.P. CT Health and Human Services
Qwest Communications International Inc. CO Communications and Technology
RAI Services Company NC Health and Human Services
Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals NJ Health and Human Services; Public Safety and Elections
ResCare MD Health and Human Services
Reynolds American Inc. NC Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development ; Health and Human Services; International/Federal Relations; Public Safety and Elections; Tax and Fiscal Policy
Rubber Manufacturers Association DC Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Salt River Project AZ Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Sanofi-Aventis NJ Health and Human Services
SAP America, Inc. PA Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development ; Communications and Technology
Scantron MN Education
Security Finance Corporation SC Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development ; Civil Justice
Shell Oil Company TX Energy, Environment, and Agriculture
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, L.L.P. MO Civil Justice
Sprint KS Communications and Technology
State Farm Insurance Companies IL Civil Justice; Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Symantec Corporation CA Communications and Technology
T-Mobile USA WA Communications and Technology
Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America Inc. IL Health and Human Services
TASER International AZ Civil Justice; Public Safety and Elections
TEVA Pharmaceuticals PA Health and Human Services
Texas Roadhouse TX Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
The DIRECTV Group, Inc CA Tax and Fiscal Policy; Communications and Technology
The Doctors Management Company CA Health and Human Services
Time Warner Cable NY Tax and Fiscal Policy; Communications and Technology
Transurban Melbourne, Australia Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform DC Civil Justice; International/Federal Relations
United Parcel Service GA Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
UnitedHealth Group MN Health and Human Services
US Oncology TX Health and Human Services
Verizon Communications NY Communications and Technology; Tax and Fiscal Policy
VISA U.S.A. Inc. CA Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. AR Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development ; Health and Human Services; Tax and Fiscal Policy
Walgreens IL Health and Human Services
WellPoint, Inc. IN Health and Human Services
Western Union CO Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development
Wine Institute DC Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development ; Public Safety and Elections
Wise Carter Child & Caraway, PA MS Commerce, Insurance, and Economic Development ; Communications and Technology
Yahoo! Inc. CA Communications and Technology

Meet the 28 Lawmakers Who Have Quit ALEC This Month

Editor’s Note: This article was first published by RepublicReport.org.

The exodus of major corporations from the corporate front group American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has made headlines nationwide as the group’s agenda has been increasingly scrutinized by the general public.

But as these corporations have fled ALEC, there has also been one other little-noticed exodus from the group: that of legislators.  SourceWatch and Keystone Progress have been tracking the defections of lawmakers. Here are 28 who have left so far:

– Sen. Nan Orrock (D-GA): “As a member of the American Legislative Exchange Council for several years, having joined ALEC with the primary goal of better understanding the corporate-dominated organization, I know first-hand that ALEC is not the innocuous organization it claims to be.” [4/17/12]

– Sen. Greg Cromer (R-LA): “‘It has been brought to my attention that there have been meetings and/or activities with ALEC staff members within the state of Louisiana that I have not been privy to,’ Cromer wrote in his resignation letter that went out as an email to key lawmakers and staffers.” [4/17/12]

– Sen. Mike Colona (D-MO): “‘Their agenda is radical and wrong for Missouri. I was a member and saw firsthand the sort of extreme legislation they push on state legislators around the country,’ Cromer said in a statement to the organization “Progress Missouri.” [4/12/12]

– Pennsylvania Reps. Kate Harper (R), Sandra Major (R), Mark Mustio (R), Harry Readshaw (D), and Sen. John Pippy (R) [4/26/12]

– Sen. George Muñoz (D-NM) [4/20/12]

– Rep. Ted Vick (D-SC): “Recent revelations concerning ALEC’s funding sources from radical elements have proven to be the final straw for me. ALEC has become too partisan and too extreme.” [4/24/12]

– Nebraska Senators Danielle Conrad (D), Tony Fulton (R), Health Mello (D), and Jeremy Norquist (D) [4/26/12]

– Texas Democratic Party Reps. Alma Allen, Armando Martinez, Dawnna Dukes, Hubert Vo, Harold Dutton, Chente, Quintanilla, Eddie Rodriguez, José Menéndez, Ruth Jones McClendon, Eric Johnson, Tracy King, Ryan Guillen [4/2012]

– Rep. Jennifer Selig (D-UT) [4/9/12]

– Rep. Kevin Van De Wege (D-WA): “My membership status is increasingly becoming a divisive issue this year, and I prefer to put my time and energy into efforts that unite our district rather than divide it.” [4/11/12]

We applaud these legislators for leaving the corporate front group, which has been responsible for pushing destructive special interest legislation, from climate change denial in schools, to anti-union and anti-consumer bills, to the controversial Voter ID and Stand Your Ground laws.

GMO Foods

No Black List would be complete without a rundown on the GMO foods on the grocery shelves:

GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS
Nabisco
# (Phillip Morris) Arrowroot Teething Biscuits

Infant formula Carnation Infant Formulas
(Nestle)
# AlSoy
# Good Start
# Follow-Up
# Follow-Up Soy

Enfamil Infant Formulas
(Mead Johnson)
# Enfamil with Iron
# Enfamil Low Iron
# Enfamil A.R.
# Enfamil Nutramigen
# Enfamil Lacto Free
# Enfamil 22
# Enfamil Next step (soy and milk-based varieties)
# Enfamil Pro-Soybee

Isomil Infant Formulas
(Abbot Labs)
# Isomil Soy
# Isomil Soy for Diarrhea

Similac
(Abbot Labs)
# Similac Lactose Free
# Similac with Iron
# Similac Low Iron
# Similac Alimentum

baking

GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS
baking mixes

Aunt Jemima
# (Quaker) Complete Pancake & Waffle Mix
# Buttermilk Pancake & Waffle Mix
# Cornbread Mix
# Easy Mix Coffee Cake

Betty Crocker
(General Mills)
# Pie Crust Mix
# Original Pancake Mix
# Complete Pancake Mix
# Buttermilk Complete Pancake Mix
# Muffin Mixes
# Banana Nut
# Lemon Poppy Seed
# Blueberry
# Wild Blueberry
# Chocolate Chip
# Apple Streusel
# Quick Bread Mixes

* Banana
* Cinnamon Streusel
* Lemon Poppy Seed
* Cranberry Orange
* Gingerbread

# Cookie Mixes

* Chocolate Chip
* Double Chocolate Chunk
* Sugar
* Peanut Butter

Bisquik
(Betty Crocker/General Mills)
# Original
# Reduced Fat
# Shake ‘n Pour Pancake Mix
# Shake ‘n Pour Buttermilk Pancake Mix
# Shake ‘n Pour Blueberry Pancake Mix

Duncan Hines
(Aurora Foods)
# Muffin Mixes
# Kellogg’s All-Bran Apple Cinnamon
# Kellogg’s All-Bran Blueberry
# Blueberry
# Blueberry Crumb
# Chocolate Chip

Hungry Jack
(Pillsbury)
# Buttermilk Pancake Mix
# Extra Light & Fluffy Pancake Mix (all varieties)

Jiffy
# Corn Muffin Mix
# Blueberry Muffin Mix
# Raspberry Muffin Mix
# Pie Crust Mix

Mrs. Butterworths
(Aurora Foods)
# Complete Pancake Mix
# Buttermilk Pancake Mix

Pepperidge Farms
(Campbell’s)
# Buttermilk Pancake Mix

Pillsbury
# Quick Bread & Muffin Mixes
# Blueberry
# Chocolate Chip
# Banana
# Cranberry
# Lemon Poppyseed
# Nut

# Hot Roll Mix
# Gingerbread

baking needs

Bakers
(Kraft/Phillip Morris)
# Unsweetened Chocolate
# Semi-Sweet Chocolate
# German Sweet Chocolate
# White Chocolate

Hershey’s
# Semi-Sweet Baking Chips
# Milk Chocolate Chips
# Mini Kisses

Nestle
# Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
# Milk Chocolate Chips
# White Chocolate
# Butterscotch Chips
# Semi-Sweet Chocolate Baking Bars

bread
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Holsum
# (Interstate Bakeries) Holsum Thin Sliced
# Roman Meal
# 12 Grain
# Round Top
# Home Pride
# Buttertop White
# Buttertop Wheat

Pepperidge Farms
(Campbell’s)
# Cinnamon Swirl
# Light Oatmeal
# Light Wheat
# 100% Whole Wheat
# Hearty Slices
# 7 Grain
# 9 Grain
# Crunchy Oat
# Whole Wheat
# Light Side
# Oatmeal
# Wheat
# 7 Grain
# Soft Dinner Rolls
# Club Rolls
# Sandwich Buns
# Hoagie Rolls

Thomas’
(Bestfoods)
# English Muffins

* Original
* Cinnamon Raisin
* Honey Wheat
* Oat Bran
* Blueberry
* Maple French Toast

# Toast-r-Cakes Blueberry
# Toast-r-Cakes Corn Muffins

Wonder
(Interstate Bakeries)
# White Sandwich Bread
# Country Grain
# Buttermilk
# Thin Sandwich
# Light Wheat
# 100% Stoneground Wheat
# Fat Free Multigrain
# Premium Potato
# Beefsteak Rye
# Wonder Hamburger Buns

breakfast
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

breakfast bars

# Kellogg’s Pop Tarts
(all varieties)
# Pop Tarts Snack Stix
(all)
# Nutri-Grain Bars
(all)
# Nutri-Grain Fruit Filled Squares
(all)
# Nutri-Grain Twists
(all)
# Fruit-Full Squares
(all)

Nabisco
(Nabisco/Phillip Morris)
# Fruit & Grain Bars
(all varieties)

Nature Valley
(General Mills)
# Oats & Honey Granola Bars
# Peanut Butter Granola Bars
# Cinnamon Granola Bars

Pillsbury
(General Mills)
# Toaster Scrambles & Strudels
(all varieties)

Quaker
# Chewy Granola Bars
(all varieties)
# Fruit & Oatmeal Bars
(all varieties)

waffles

Aunt Jemima Frozen Waffles
# Buttermilk
# Blueberry

Eggo Frozen Waffles
(Kellogg’s)
# Homestyle
# Buttermilk
# Nutri-Grain Whole Wheat
# Nutri-Grain Multi Grain
# Cinnamon Toast
# Blueberry
# Strawberry
# Apple Cinnamon
# Banana Bread

Hungry Jack Frozen Waffles
(Pillsbury/General Mills)
# Homestyle
# Buttermilk

Cereal
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

# General Mills Cheerios
# Wheaties
# Total
# Corn Chex
# Lucky Charms
# Trix
# Kix
# Golden Grahams
# Cinnamon Grahams
# Count Chocula
# Honey Nut Chex
# Frosted Cheerios
# Apple Cinnamon Cheerios
# Multi-Grain Cheerios
# Frosted Wheaties
# Brown Sugar & Oat Total
# Basic 4
# Reeses Puffs
# French Toast Crunch

Kellogg’s
# Frosted Flakes
# Corn Flakes
# Special K
# Raisin Bran
# Rice Krispies
# Corn Pops
# Product 19
# Smacks
# Froot Loops
# Marshmallow Blasted Fruit Loops
# Apple Jacks
# Crispix
# Smart Start
# All-Bran
# Complete Wheat Bran
# Complete Oat Bran
# Just Right Fruit & Nut
# Honey Crunch Corn Flakes
# Raisin Bran Crunch
# Cracklin’ Oat Bran
# Country Inn Specialties
(all varieties)

Mothers Cereals
(Quaker)
# Toasted Oat Bran
# Peanut Butter Bumpers
# Groovy Grahams
# Harvest Oat Flakes
# Harvest Oat Flakes w/Apples & Almonds
# Honey Round Ups

Post
(Kraft-Phillip Morris)
# Raisin Bran
# Bran Flakes
# Grape Nut Flakes
# Grape Nut O’s
# Fruit & Fibre date, raisin and walnut
# Fruit & Fibre peach, raisin and almond
# Honey Bunch of Oats
# Honey Nut Shredded Wheat
# Honey Comb
# Golden Crisp
# Waffle Crisp
# Cocoa Pebbles
# Cinna-Crunch Pebbles
# Fruity Pebbles
# Alpha-Bits
# Post Selects Cranberry Almond
# Post Selects Banana Nut Crunch
# Post Selects Blueberry Morning
# Post Selects Great Grains

Quaker
# Life
# Cinnamon Life
# 100% Natural Granola
# Toasted Oatmeal
# Toasted Oatmeal Honey Nut
# Oat Bran
# Cap’n Crunch
# Cap’n Crunch Peanut Butter Crunch
# Cap’n Crunch Crunchling Berries

chocolate
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

candy

Cadbury
# (Cadbury/Hershey’s) Mounds
# Almond Joy
# York Peppermint Patty
# Dairy Milk
# Roast Almond
# Fruit & Nut

Hershey’s
# Kit-Kat
# Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
# Mr. Goodbar
# Special Dark
# Milk Chocolate
# Kisses
# Symphony

Kraft
(Kraft/Phillip Morris)
# Toblerone
(all varieties)

Mars
# M&M
(all varieties)
# Snickers
# Three Musketeers
# Milky Way
# Twix

Nestle
# Crunch
# Milk Chocolate
# Chunky
# Butterfinger
# 100 Grand

drink mixes and dessert toppings

Carnation
(Nestle)
# Hot Cocoa Mixes:
# Rich Chocolate
# Double Chocolate
# Milk Chocolate
# Marshmallow Madness
# Mini Marshmallow
# No Sugar

Hershey’s
# Chocolate Syrup
# Special Dark Chocolate Syrup
# Strawberry Syrup

Nestle
# Nesquik
# Strawberry Nesquik

Swiss Miss
(ConAgra)
# Hot Cocoa Mixes:
# Chocolate Sensation
# Milk Chocolate
# Marshmallow Lovers
# Marshmallow Lovers Fat Free
# No Sugar Added

condiments
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Del Monte
# (Nabisco/Phillip Morris) Ketchup

Heinz
# Ketchup
(regular & no salt)
# Chili Sauce
# Cocktail Sauce
# Heinz 57 Steak Sauce

Hellman’s
(Bestfoods)
# Real Mayonnaise
# Light Mayonnaise
# Low-Fat Mayonnaise

Hunt’s
(ConAgra)
# Ketchup
(regular & no salt)

KC Masterpiece
(Clorox)
# Original BBQ sauce
# Garlic & Herb Marinade
# Honey Teriyaki Marinade

Kraft
(Kraft/Phillip Morris)
# Miracle Whip
(all varieties)
# Kraft Mayonnaise
(all)
# Thick & Spicy BBQ sauces
(all varieties)
# Char Grill BBQ sauce
# Honey Hickory BBQ sauce

Nabisco
(Nabiso/Phillip Morris)
# A-1 Steak Sauce

Open Pit
(Vlasic/Campbells)
# BBQ sauces
(all)

salsa

Chi-Chi’s
(Hormel)
# Fiesta Salsa
(all varieties)

Old El Paso
(Pillsbury)
# Thick & Chunky Salsa
# Garden Pepper Salsa
# Taco Sauce
# Picante Sauce

Ortega
(Nestle)
# Taco Sauce
# Salsa Prima Homestyle
# Salsa Prima Roasted Garlic
# Salsa Prima 3 Bell Pepper
# Thick & Chunky Salsa

Pace
(Campbells)
# Chunky Salsa
# Picante Sauce

Tostitos Salsa
(Frito-Lay/Pepsi)
# All Natural
# All Natural Thick & Chunky
# Roasted Garlic
# Restaurant Style

cookies
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Delicious Brands
# (Parmalat) Animal Crackers
# Ginger Snaps
# Fig Bars
# Oatmeal
# Sugar-Free Duplex
# Honey Grahams
# Cinnamon Grahams
# Fat Free Vanilla Wafers
# English Toffee Heath Cookies
# Butterfinger Cookies
# Skippy Peanut Butter Cookies

Famous Amos
(Keebler/Flowers Industries)
# Chocolate Chip
# Oatmeal Raisin
# Chocolate Sandwich
# Peanut Butter Sandwich
# Vanilla Sandwich
# Oatmeal Macaroon Sandwich

Frookies
(Delicious Brands/Parmalat)
# Peanut Butter Chunk
# Chocolate Chip
# Double Chocolate
# Frookwich Vanilla
# Frookwich Chocolate
# Frookwich Peanut Butter
# Frookwich Lemon
# Funky Monkeys Chocolate
# Ginger Snaps
# Lemon Wafers

Keebler
(Keebler/Flowers Industries)
# Chips Deluxe
# Sandies
# E.L. Fudge
# Soft Batch Chocolate Chip
# Golden Vanilla Wafers
# Droxies
# Vienna Fingers
# Fudge Shoppe Fudge Stripes
# Fudge Shoppe Double Fudge & Caramel
# Fudge Shoppe Fudge Stix
# Fudge Shoppe Peanut Butter Fudge Stix
# Country Style Oatmeal
# Graham Originals
# Graham Cinnamon Crisp
# Graham Chocolate
# Graham Honey Low Fat
# Crème Filled Wafers
# Chocolate Filled Wafers

Nabisco (Nabisco/Phillip Morris)
# Oreo
(all varieties)
# Chips Ahoy!
(all varieties)
# Fig Newtons
(and all Newtons varities)
# Lorna Doone
# Nutter Butters
# Barnum Animal Crackers
# Nilla Wafers
# Nilla Chocolate Wafers
# Pecanz Shortbread
# Family Favorites Oatmeal
# Famous Wafers
# Fudge Covered Mystic Sticks
# Honey Maid Graham Crackers
# Honey Maid Cinnamon Grahams
# Honey Maid Chocolate Grahams
# Honey Maid Oatmeal Crunch
# Teddy Grahams
# Teddy Grahams Cinnamon
# Teddy Grahams Chocolate
# Teddy Grahams Chocolate Chips
# Café Cremes Vanilla
# Café Crème Cappuccino

Pepperidge Farm
(Campbell’s)
# Milano
# Mint Milano
# Chessmen
# Bordeaux
# Brussels
# Geneva
# Chocolate Chip
# Lemon Nut
# Shortbread
# Sugar
# Ginger Men
# Raspberry Chantilly
# Strawberry Verona
# Chocolate Mocha Salzburg
# Chocolate Chunk Chesapeake
# Chocolate Chunk Nantucket
# Chocolate Chunk Sausalito
# Oatmeal Raisin Soft Baked

Sesame Street
(Keebler)
# Cookie Monster
# Chocolate Chip
# Chocolate Sandwich
# Vanilla Sandwich
# Cookie Pals
# Honey Grahams
# Cinnamon Grahams
# Frosted Grahams

Snack Wells
(Nabisco/Phillip Morris)
# Devil’s Food
# Golden Devil’s Food
# Mint Crème
# Coconut Crème
# Chocolate Sandwich
# Chocolate Chip
# Peanut Butter Chip
# Double Chocolate Chip

crackers
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Keebler
# (Keebler/Flowers Industries) Town House
# Club
# Munch ‘Ems
(all varieties)
# Wheatables
# Zesta Saltines
# Toasteds
(Wheat, Onion, Sesame & Butter Crisps)
# Snax Stix
(Wheat, Cheddar & original)
# Harvest Bakery
(Multigrain, Butter, Corn Bread)

Nabisco
(Nabisco/Phillip Morris)
# Ritz
(all varieties)
# Wheat Thins
(all)
# Wheatsworth
# Triscuits

Waverly
# Sociables
# Better Cheddars
# Premium Saltines
(all)
# Ritz Snack Mix
(all)
# Vegetable Flavor Crisps
# Swiss Cheese Flavor Crisps
# Cheese Nips
(all)
# Uneeda Biscuits

Pepperidge Farm
(Campbell’s)
# Butter Thins
# Hearty Wheat
# Cracker Trio
# Cracker Quartet
# Three Cheese Snack Stix
# Sesame Snack Stix
# Pumpernickel Snack Stix
# Goldfish
(original, cheddar, parmesan, pizza, pretzel)
# Goldfish Snack Mix
(all)

Red Oval Farms
(Nabisco/Phillip Morris)
# Stoned Wheat Thins
(all varieties)
# Crisp ‘N Light Sourdough Rye
# Crisp ‘N Light Wheat

Sunshine
(Flowers Industries)
# Cheeze-It
(original & reduced fat)
# Cheeze-It White Cheddar
# Cheeze-It Party Mix
# Krispy Original Saltines

frozen dinners
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Banquet
# (ConAgra) Pot Pies
(all varieties)
# Fried Chicken
# Salisbury Steak
# Chicken Nugget Meal
# Pepperoni Pizza Meal

Budget Gourmet
(Heinz)
# Roast Beef Supreme
# Beef Stroganoff
# Three Cheese Lasagne
# Chicken Oriental & Vegeatble
# Fettuccini Primavera

Green Giant
(Pillsbury)
# Rice Pilaf with Chicken Flavored Sauce
# Rice Medley with Beef Flavored Sauce
# Primavera Pasta
# Pasta Accents Creamy Cheddar
# Create-a-Meals

* Parmesan Herb Chicken
* Cheesy Pasta and Vegetable
* Beef Noodle
* Sweet & Sour
* Mushroom Wine Chicken

Healthy Choice
(ConAgra)
# Stuffed Pasta Shells
# Chicken Parmagiana
# Country Breaded Chicken
# Roast Chicken Breast
# Beef Pot Roast
# Chicken & Corn Bread
# Cheese & Chicken Tortellini
# Lemon Pepper Fish
# Shrimp & Vegetable
# Macaroni & Cheese

Kid Cuisine
(ConAgra)
# Chicken Nugget Meal
# Fried Chicken
# Taco Roll Up
# Corn Dog
# Cheese Pizza
# Fish Stix
# Macaroni & Cheese

Lean Cuisine
(Stouffer’s/Nestle)

Skillet Sensations

* Chicken & Vegetable
* Broccoli & Beef
* Homestyle Beef
* Teriyaki Chicken
* Chicken Alfredo
* Garlic Chicken
* Roast Turkey

Hearty Portions

* Chicken Florentine
* Beef Stroganoff
* Cheese & Spinach Manicotti
* Salisbury Steak

Café Classics

* Baked Fish
* Baked Chicken
* Chicken a L’Orange
* Chicken Parmesan
* Meatloaf with Whipped Potatoes

Everyday Favorites

* Chicken Fettuccini
* Chicken Pie
* Angel Hair Pasta
* Three Bean Chili with Rice
* Macaroni & Cheese

Marie Callenders
(ConAgra)
# Chicken Pot Pie
# Lasagna & Meat Sauce
# Turkey & Gravy
# Meat Loaf & Gravy
# Country Fried Chicken & Gravy
# Fettuccini with Broccoli & Cheddar
# Roast Beef with Mashed Potatoes
# Country Fried Pork Chop with Gravy
# Chicken Cordon Bleu

Ore-Ida Frozen Potatoes
(Heinz)
# Fast Fries
# Steak fries
# Zesties
# Shoestrings
# Hash Browns
# Tater Tots
# Potato Wedges
# Crispy Crunchies

Rosetto Frozen Pasta
(Heinz)
# Cheese Ravioli
# Beef Ravioli
# Italian Sausage Ravioli
# Eight Cheese Stuffed Shells
# Eight Cheese Broccoli Stuffed Shells

Stouffer’s
(Nestle)

Family Style Favorites

* Macaroni & Cheese
* Stuffed Peppers
* Broccoli au Gratin
* Meat Loaf in Gravy
* Green Bean & Mushroom Casserole

Homestyle

* Meatloaf
* Salisbury Steak
* Chicken Breast in Gravy

Hearty Portions

* Salisbury Steak
* Chicken Fettucini
* Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes
* Chicken Pot Pie

Swanson
(Vlasic/Campbells)
# Meat Loaf
# Fish & Chips
# Salisbury Steak
# Chicken Nuggets
# Hungry Man

* Fried Chicken
* Roast Chicken
* Fisherman’s Platter
* Pork Rib

Voila!
(Bird’s Eye/Agri-Link Foods)
# Chicken Voila! Alfredo
# Chicken Voila! Garlic
# Chicken Voila! Pesto
# Chicken Voila! Three Cheese
# Steak Voila! Beef Sirloin
# Shrimp Voila! Garlic

Weight Watchers
(Heinz)

Smart Ones

* Fiesta Chicken
* Basil Chicken
* Ravioli Florentine
* Fajita Chicken
* Roasted Vegetable Primavera

energy bars and drinks
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

energy bars

Power Bar
# (Nestle) Oatmeal Raisin
# Apple Cinnamon
# Peanut Butter
# Vanilla Crisp
# Chocolate Peanut Butter
# Mocha
# Banana
# Wild Berry
# Harvest Bars

* Apple Crisp
* Blueberry
* Chocolate Fudge Brownie
* Strawberry
* Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip

drink mixes

Carnation Instant Breakfast Mix
(Nestle)
# Creamy Milk Chocolate
# Classic Chocolate
# French Vanilla
# Strawberry
# Café Mocha

heat and serve meals
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Chef Boyardee
# (ConAgra) Beefaroni
# Macaroni & Cheese
# Mini Ravioli
# ABC’s & 123’s

Dinty Moore
(Hormel)
# Beef Stew
# Turkey Stew
# Chicken & Dumplings

Hormel
# Chili with Beans
# Chili No Beans
# Vegetarian Chili with Beans

Kids’ Kitchen
(Hormel)
# Spaghetti Rings with Meatballs
# Macaroni & Cheese
# Pizza Wedges with 3 Cheese

Franco-American
(Campbell’s)
# Spaghetti O’s
# Mini Ravioli
# Power Rangers Pasta in Sauce

meat and dairy alternatives
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

meat alternatives

Loma Linda
# (Worthington/Kellogg’s*) Meatless Chik Nuggest

Morningstar
(Worthington/Kellogg’s*)
# Harvest Burger
# Better ‘n Burgers
# Garden Veggie Patties
# Grillers Burgers
# Black Bean Burger
# Chicken Patties

Natural Touch
(Worthington/Kellogg’s*)
# Garden Vegetable Pattie
# Black Bean Burger
# Okra Pattie
# Lentil Rice Loaf
# Nine Bean Loaf

Worthington
(Worthington/Kellogg’s*)
# Vegetarian Burger
# Savory Slices

dairy alternatives

Nutra Blend Soy Beverage
(Bestfoods)
# Original
# Vanilla
# Apple
# Orange

*A company letter states that they are in the process of converting to non-genetically modified “proteins” in all products.

meal mixes and sauce packets
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Betty Crocker
# (General Mills) Garden Vegetable Pilaf
# Creamy Herb Risotto
# Garlic Alfredo Fettuccini
# Bowl Appetit

* Cheddar Broccoli
* Macaroni & Cheese
* Pasta Alfredo

Knorr
(Bestfoods)
# Mushroom Risotto Italian Rice
# Broccoli au Gratin Risotto
# Vegetable Primavera Risotto
# Risotto Milanese
# Original Pilf
# Chicken Pilaf
# Rotini with 4 Cheese
# Bow Tie Pasta with Chicken & Vegetable
# Penne with Sun-Dried Tomato
# Fettuccini with Alfredo
# Classic Sauce Packets

* Hollandaise
* Béarnaise
* White
* Brown
* Lemon Herb
* Mushroom Brown
* Onion
* Roasted Chicken
* Roasted Pork
* Roasted Turkey

# Pasta Sauce Packets

* Alfredo
* Four Cheese
* Carbonara
* Pesto
* Garlic Herb

Lipton
(Unilever)
# Rice & Sauce Packets

* Chicken Broccoli
* Cheddar Broccoli
* Beef Flavor
* Spanish
* Chicken Flavor
* Creamy Chicken
* Mushroom

# Sizzle & Stir Skillet Supers

* Lemon Garlic Chicken & Rice
* Spanish Chicken & Rice
* Herb Chicken & Bowties
* Cheddar Chicken & Shells

Near East
(Quaker)
# Spicy Tomato Pasta Mix
# Roasted Garlic & Olive Oil Pasta Mix
# Falafel Mix
# Lentil Pilaf
# Couscous
# Tomato Lentil
# Parmesan
# Toasted Pinenut
# Herb Chicken
# Broccoli & Cheese
# Curry

Pasta Roni
(Quaker)
# Fettuccini Alfredo
# Garlic Alfredo
# Angel Hair Pasta with Herbs
# Angel Hair Pasta with Parmesan Cheese
# Angel Hair Pasta with Tomato Parmesan
# Angel Hair Pasta Primavera
# Garlic & Olive Oil with Vermicelli

Rice-a-Roni
(Quaker)
# Rice Pilaf
# Beef
# Chicken
# Fried Rice
# Chicken & Broccoli
# Long Grain & Wild Rice
# Broccoli au Gratin

Uncle Ben’s
(Mars)
# Long Grain & Wild Rice
(Original & with Garlic)
# Brown & Wild Rice Mushroom
# Country Inn Mexican Fiesta
# Country Inn Oriental Fried Rice
# Country Inn Chicken & Vegetable
# Country Inn Chicken & Broccoli
# Natural Select Chicken & Herb
# Natural Select Tomato & Basil
# Chef’s Recipe Chicken & Vegetable Pilaf
# Chef’s Recipe Beans & Rice
# Chef’s Recipe Broccoli Rice

frozen pizza
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Celeste
# (Aurora Foods) Supreme
# Pepperoni
# Vegetable
# Four Cheese
# Deluxe
# Cheese

Tombstone
(Kraft/Phillip Morris)
# Pepperoni
# Supreme
# Sausage & Pepperoni
# Extra Cheese
# Stuffed Crust
# Three Cheese

Totino’s
(Pillsbury)
# Crisp Crust
# Pepperoni
# Combination

snack foods
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Act II Microwave Popcorn
# (ConAgra) Butter
# Extreme Butter
# Corn on the Cob

Frito-Lay*
(PepsiCo)
# Lays Potato Chips
(all varieties)
# Ruffles Potato Chips
(all)
# Doritos Corn Chips
(all)
# Tostitos Corn Chips
(all)
# Fritos Corn Chips
(all)
# Cheetos
(all)
# Rold Gold Pretzels
(all)
# Cracker Jack Popcorn

Healthy Choice Microwave Popcorn
(ConAgra)
# Organic Corn
(soy/canola oils)

Mothers Corn Cakes
(Quaker)
# Butter Pop

Orville Redenbacher Microwave Popcorn
(ConAgra)
# Original
# Homestyle
# Butter
# Smart Pop
# Pour Over

Orville Redenbacher Popcorn Cakes
# Chocolate
# Caramel

Orville Redenbacher Mini Popcorn Cakes
# Butter
# Peanut Caramel
# Chocolate Peanut

Pop Secret Microwave Popcorn
(Betty Crocker/General Mills)
# Natural
# Homestyle
# Jumbo Pop
# Extra Butter
# Light
# 94% Fat Free Butter

Pringles
(Procter & Gamble)
# Original
# Low Fat
# Pizza-licious
# Sour Cream & Onion
# Salt & Vinegar
# Cheezeums

Quaker Rice Cakes
# Peanut Butter
# Chocolate Crunch
# Cinnamon Streusel
# Mini
# Chocolate
# Ranch
# Sour Cream & Onion
# Apple Cinnamon
# Caramel Corn

Quaker Corn Cakes
# White Cheddar
# Caramel Corn
# Strawberry Crunch
# Caramel Chocolate Chip

*Frito has informed its corn and potato suppliers that the company wishes to avoid GE crops, but acknowledges that canola or other oils and ingredients in its products may be from GE sources

soda and juice drinks
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

sodas

# Coca Cola Coca Cola
# Sprite
# Cherry Coke
# Barq’s Root Beer
# Minute Maid Orange
# Minute Maid Grape
# Surge
# Ultra

PepsiCo
# Pepsi
# Slice
# Wild Cherry Pepsi
# Mug Root Beer
# Mountain Dew

Cadbury/Schweppes
# 7-Up
# Dr. Pepper
# A & W Root Beer
# Sunkist Orange
# Schweppes Ginger Ale

juice drinks

Capri Sun juices
(Kraft/Phillip Morris)
# Red Berry
# Surfer Cooler
# Splash Cooler
# Wild Cherry
# Strawberry Kiwi
# Fruit Punch
# Pacific Cooler
# Strawberry
# Orange
# Grape

Fruitopia
(Coca Cola)
# Grape Beyond
# Berry Lemonade
# Fruit Integration
# Kiwiberry Ruckus
# Strawberry Passion
# Tremendously Tangerine

Fruit Works
(PepsiCo)
# Strawberry Melon
# Peach Papaya
# Pink Lemonade
# Apple Raspberry

Gatorade
(Quaker)
# Lemon Lime
# Orange
# Fruitpunch
# Fierce Grape
# Frost Riptide Rush

Hawaiian Punch
(Procter & Gamble)
# Tropical Fruit
# Grape Geyser
# Fruit Juicy Red
# Strawberry Surfin

Hi-C
(Coca Cola)
# Pink Lemonade
# Watermelon Rapids
# Boppin’ Berry
# Tropical Punch
# Smashin’ Wildberry
# Blue Cooler
# Blue Moon Berry
# Orange
# Cherry

Kool Aid
(Kraft/Phillip Morris)
# Blastin’ Berry Cherry
# Bluemoon Berry
# Kickin’ Kiwi Lime
# Tropical Punch
# Wild Berry Tea

Ocean Spray
# Cranberry Juice Cocktail
# Cranapple
# CranGrape
# CranRaspberry
# CranStrawberry
# CranMango

Squeeze It
(Betty Crocker/General Mills)
# Rockin’ Red Puncher
# Chucklin’ Cherry
# Mystery 2000

Sunny Delight
(Procter & Gamble)
# Sunny Delight Original
# Sunny Delight With Calcium Citrus Punch
# Sunny Delight California Style Citrus Punch

Tang juices
(Kraft/Phillip Morris)
# Orange Uproar
# Fruit Frenzy
# Berry Panic

Tropicana Twisters
(PepsiCo)
# Grape Berry
# Apple Raspberry Blackberry
# Cherry Berry
# Cranberry Raspberry Strawberry
# Pink Grapefruit
# Tropical Strawberry
# Orange Cranberry
# Orange Strawberry Banana

V-8
(Campbells)
# V8 Tomato Juices
(all varieties)
# Strawberry Kiwi
# Strawberry Banana
# Fruit Medley
# Berry Blend
# Citrus Blend
# Apple Medley
# Tropical Blend
# Island Blend

soup
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

# Campbell’s Tomato
# Chicken Noodle
# Cream of Chicken
# Cream of Mushroom
# Cream of Celery
# Cream of Broccoli
# Cheddar Cheese
# Green Pea
# Healthy Request

* Chicken Noodle
* Cream of Chicken
* Cream of Mushroom
* Cream of Celery

# Campbell’s Select

* Roasted Chicken with Rice
* Grilled Chicken with Sundried Tomatoes
* Chicken Rice
* Vegetable Beef

# Chunky

* Beef with Rice
* Hearty Chicken & Vegetable
* Pepper Steak
* Baked Potato with Steak & Cheese
* New England Clam Chowder

# Soup to Go

* Chicken Noodle
* Chicken Rice
* Garden Vegetable
* Vegetable Beef & Rice

# Simply Home

* Chicken Noodle
* Chicken Rice
* Garden Vegetable
* Vegetable Beef with Pasta

Healthy Choice
(ConAgra)
# Country Vegetable
# Fiesta Chicken
# Bean & Pasta
# Chicken Noodle
# Chicken with Rice
# Minestrone

Pepperidge Farms
(Campbell’s)
# Corn Chowder
# Lobster Bisque
# Chicken & Wild Rice
# New England Clam Chowder
# Crab Soup

Progresso
(Pillsbury)
# Tomato Basil
# Chicken Noodle
# Chicken & Wild Rice
# Chicken Barley
# Lentil
# New England Clam Chowder
# Zesty Herb Tomato
# Roasted Chicken with Rotini
# Fat Free Minestrone
# Fat Free Chicken Noodle
# Fat Free Lentil
# Fat Free Roast Chicken

tomatoes and tomato sauces
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS

Del Monte
# (Nabisco/Phillip Morris) Tomato Sauce

Five Brothers Pasta Sauces
(Lipton/Unilever)
# Summer Vegetable
# Five Cheese
# Roasted Garlic & Onion
# Tomato & Basil

Healthy Choice Pasta Sauces
(ConAgra)
# Traditional
# Garlic & Herb
# Sun-Dried Tomato & Herb

Hunts
(ConAgra)
# Traditional Spaghetti Sauce
# Four Cheese Spaghetti Sauce
# Tomato Sauce
# Tomato Paste

Prego Pasta Sauces
(Campbells)
# Tomato, Basil & Garlic
# Fresh Mushroom
# Ricotta Parmesan
# Meat Flavored
# Roasted Garlic & Herb
# Three Cheese
# Mini-Meatball
# Chicken with Parmesan

Ragu Sauces (Lipton/Unilever)
# Old World Traditional
# Old World with Meat
# Old World Marinara
# Old World with Mushrooms
# Ragu Robusto Parmesan & Romano
# Ragu Robusto Roasted Garlic
# Ragu Robusto Sweet Italian Sausage
# Ragu Robusto Six Cheese
# Ragu Robusto Tomato, Olive Oil & Garlic
# Ragu Robusto Classic Italian Meat
# Chunky Garden Style Super Garlic
# Chunky Garden Style Garden Combo
# Chunky Garden Style Tomato, Garlic & Onion
# Chunky Garden Style Tomato, Basil & Italian Cheese
# Pizza Quick Traditional

The ALEC Corporations

Also on the Black List for future reference, the list of corporations in ALEC that, at this time, still need pressure applied:

Corporate Board

As of 2011:[1]

For-Profit Corporations

A

B

C

D

E

  • Eastman Chemical Co.[4]
  • Economy Plumbing Inc.[4]
  • Eli Lilly and Company, “Trustee” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($5,000 in 2010)[8][4]
  • Emerson Electric Co., ALEC Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force member[32]
  • EnCana Corporation, “Director” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($10,000 in 2010)[8]
  • Energy Future Holdings[1]
  • Energy Transfer (natural gas transportation company), “Director” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($10,000 in 2010)[8]
  • Enron Corporation[5][4]
  • Entergy, “Vice Chairman” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($25,000 in 2010)[8]
  • Environmental Management Corporation[5] and member of Louisiana Host Committee[3][4]
  • Excel Telecommunications[4]
  • Executone[4]
  • Express Scripts (pharmaceutical retailer), sponsor of “Missouri Night” at Antoine’s Restaurant in New Orleans during the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[10]
  • ExxonMobil Corporation, Private Enterprise Board member,[1] “Chairman” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($50,000 in 2010)[8] and member of Louisiana Host Committee[3][4]
  • EZCorp (pawn shops and payday loans), “Chairman” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($50,000 in 2010)[8]

F

G

H

  • Hancor, Inc. (now part of Advanced Drainage Systems)[5][4]
  • Hanover Insurance Co.[4]
  • Harris Deville & Associates (public relations & lobbying), “Trustee” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($5,000 in 2010)[8] and Louisiana Host Committee member[3]
  • Harris Trust and Savings Bank (Harris Bank)[5]
  • Henkel (German consumer products firm)[4]
  • Hiram Walker & Sons Inc. (now owned by Pernod Ricard)[4]
  • Hoechst-Roussell Pharmaceutical Corporation[18]
  • Hoffman-La Roche[18]
  • Hoffman-La Roche, Inc.[5]
  • Hollywood Casino Corp.[4]
  • Homestake Mining Co. (now part of Barrick Gold Corp.)[4]
  • Household International[5][4]
  • Houston Industries[4]
  • HP, “Trustee” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($5,000 in 2010)[8]
  • Humana Corporation[18]
  • Hunt Guillot & Associates (engineering firm with offices in LA, TX & PA), Exhibitor at ALEC’s 2011 Annual Conference[3]
  • Hutchinson Technology[4]

I

J

K

  • K12 Inc., Exhibitor at ALEC’s 2011 Annual Conference[3]
  • Kansas City Power and Light Co. (now part of Great Plains Energy)[4]
  • Kansas City Southern (an “international transportation holding company” that owns, among other things, the Panama Canal Railway Company), “Trustee” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($5,000 in 2010)[8][4]
  • Know Who (political contact information company), Exhibitor at ALEC’s 2011 Annual Conference[3]
  • Koch Industries and Koch Industries Public Sector, Private Enterprise Board member,[1]State corporate co-chair of Kansas[3] and “Vice Chairman” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($25,000 in 2010)[8][4]
  • Kraft Food, Inc.[1], “Trustee” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($5,000 in 2010)[8][4]announced it would leave ALEC April 5, 2012[40]

L

  • Laidlaw Environmental Services, Inc.[4]
  • Laidlaw Transit Ltd.[4]
  • LaSalle National Bank[5]
  • Leadership Directories, Inc. (political contact information business), Exhibitor at ALEC’s 2011 Annual Conference[3]
  • Leavitt Partners (Utah healthcare and food safety business advisory firm) – Director Cheryl S. Smith spoke on “Health Insurance Exchanges: States in Charge!” at ALEC’s 2011 Annual Meeting[41]
  • Lederle Laboratories[18]
  • Lexington National Insurance Co.[4]
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.[4]
  • LifeSaver Interlock Holdings, Inc. (manufacturer of ignition interlocks to be installed in the vehicles of DUI offenders), Exhibitor at ALEC’s 2011 Annual Conference[3]
  • Logix Solutions, Inc.[5]
  • Long Term Care, Inc.[18]
  • LouisDreyfus Commodities, “Vice Chairman” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($25,000 in 2010)[8]
  • LTC Inc. (structural and specialty steel detailers)[4]

M

N

O

  • Olin Corporation[4]
  • OptumInsight (previously Ingenix, which was a wholly owned subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group and was sued for fraud by New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo in 2008 and “agreed to put $350 million into a class-action restitution fund to pay physicians and policyholders for services provided by out-of-network providers.”[50] The Optum health service businesses have a new name but are still subsidiaries of UnitedHealth Group.[51]), representatives Tom McGraw, Vice President of Government Program Integrity, and Wayne Neff, Senior Vice President of OptumHealthPublic Sector, spoke at a “Medicaid Crisis in the States: Private Sector Solutions You Can Use” workshop at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[52]
  • Outback Steak House[4]
  • Outdoor Systems[4]
  • OXY USA Inc. (Occidental Petroleum Corporation)[4]
  • OxyChem (Occidental Petroleum Corporation)[4]

P

Q

  • QEP Resources (“natural gas and oil exploration and production company”[55]), “Director” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($10,000 in 2010)[8]
  • Quaker Oats Co. (now part of PepsiCo)[4]

R

S

T

  • Takeda Pharmaceutical (global pharmaceutical company based in Japan), State corporate co-chair of Alaska, South Dakota and Washington,[3] recipient of ALEC’s 2011 State Chair of the Year Award,[26] “President” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($100,000 in 2010)[8] and member of Louisiana Host Committee[3]; Takeda Head of Governmental and External Affairs David L. Dieter also spoke at a plenary session at the 2011 Annual Conference[3]
  • Tampa Electric Co. (the principal subsidiary of TECO Energy)[4]
  • Taser International Inc. (stun gun maker), ALEC Public Safety and Elections Task Force member[62]
  • TECO Energy[4]
  • Tenneco Gas[4]
  • Texaco Inc.[5][4]
  • Texas Utilities Service Co[4](subsidiary of Energy Future Holdings)
  • Thomson Reuters Accelus (created by the Thomson Corporation’s purchase of Reuters in 2008[63]), Exhibitor at ALEC’s 2011 Annual Conference[3]
  • Thunder Basin Coal Co. (now part of Arch Coal)[4]
  • TicketMaster[4] (was a ticket sales and distribution company that merged with Live Nation to become Live Nation Entertainment)
  • Time Insurance Co. (an Assurant Health member company, formerly Fortis Health)[4]
  • Time Warner Cable, State corporate co-chair of Ohio,[3] “Director” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($10,000 in 2010)[8]
  • TogetherRX Access (an LLC with 18 pharmaceutical member corporations[64]), “Vice Chairman” level sponsor of and exhibitor at 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($25,000 in 2010)[8]
  • Gulf States Toyota, “Director” level sponsor of 2011 ALEC Annual Conference[7] ($10,000 in 2010)[8]
  • The Traveler’s Companies[18]
  • Tropicana (now owned by PepsiCo[4]
  • TRW Inc. (now part of Northrop Grumman)[4]
  • TXANS[4] (works with Texan employers on injury prevention and the provision of workplace injury benefits by non-subscribers to workers’ compensation)

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

  • Zoom Cycle Accessories[4]
  • Zurich Insurance[5]

Legislators with ALEC Ties

Who are the scumbags? It’s a helluva list:

Alabama Legislators with ALEC Ties

House of Representatives

Senate

  • Sen. Steve French (R-15)[21]
  • Sen. Cam Ward (R-14)[22]
  • Sen. Jabo Waggoner (R-16)[23]

Alaska Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Arizona Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Arkansas Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Former Legislators

  • Rep. Dan Greenberg (R-36)[18]

California Legislators with ALEC Ties

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  • Rep. Dan Logue (R-3)[18]

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Colorado Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Connecticut Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Former Legislators

  • Rep. Bill Hamzy (R-78)[18]
  • Rep. John Harkins (R-120)[18]

Delaware Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Florida Legislators with ALEC Ties

House of Representatives

  • Rep. Larry Ahern (R-51), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Ben Albritton (R-66), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Dennis Baxley (R-Ocala), attended 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting, sponsored 2005 SB 436 “Castle Doctrine Act” based on ALEC model[44]
  • Rep. Michael Bileca (R-117), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Jeff Brandes (R-52), attended 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[44]
  • Rep. Jason Brodeur (R-33), ALEC Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force member, registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Rachel Burgin (R-56), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Matt Caldwell (R-73), ALEC member who has “attended one conference to date, having paid for the membership and any conference costs with my excess campaign account”[45][43]
  • Rep. Richard Corcoran (R-45), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Fred Costello (R-26), “could not afford the time out of my business to attend” the 2011 ALEC Annual meeting but looks “forward to attending ALEC in the future”[46]
  • Rep. Steve Crisafulli (R-32), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43] but “not a member of the American Legislative Exchange Council”[47]
  • Rep. Daniel Davis (R-13), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Jose Diaz (R-115), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Chris Dorworth (R-34), dues-paying ALEC member as of 2011[48], registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Brad Drake (R -5)[18]
  • Rep. Clay Ford (R-3)[18][21], ALEC Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force member, registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Rich Glorioso (R-Longwood), attended 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[44]
  • Rep. Matt Hudson (R-101), ALEC Health and Human Services Task Force member, registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Clay Ingram (R-2), attended 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[49][43]
  • Rep. Ana Rivas Logan (R-114), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Debbie Mayfield (R-80), ALEC member[50]
  • Rep. Peter Nehr (R-48), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Bryan Nelson (R-38), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Jeanette Nunez (R-Miami), attended 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[44]
  • Rep. Jimmy T. Patronis, Jr. (R-6), State Chairman[20], registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Ray Pilon (R-69); Public Safety and Elections Task Force
  • Rep. Scott Plakon (R-37), ALEC International Relations Task Force member, worked with ALEC in 2011 on “a proposed constitutional amendment that prohibits laws that would force people to join health care plans, an attack on federal health care changes”[44]
  • Rep. Stephen L. Precourt (R-41), ALEC Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force member, registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Lake Ray (R-17), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Kelli Stargel (R-64), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. John Tobia (R-31), attended 2009 ALEC Annual Meeting at a taxpayer cost of $1,150; [51] in August 2011 claimed he has not attended another ALEC meeting and is not a member[52]
  • Rep. Carlos Trujillo (R-116), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. Will Weatherford (R-61), registered to attend 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[43]
  • Rep. John Wood (R-65), ALEC Health and Human Services Task Force member who calls himself “proud to be a member of ALEC and has attended two annual conferences – Atlanta in 2009 and most recently New Orleans in 2011”[53][43]
  • Rep. Dana Young (R-Tampa), attended 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[44]
  • Former Rep. Bill Posey (now Congressman, R-Rockledge), ALEC Alumni in Congress[54] and 1999 recipient of ALEC “Legislator of the Year” Award[55]

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Georgia Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Former Legislators

  • Rep. Tom Graves (R-9)[18]; currently U.S. Rep. for Georgia[59]

Hawaii Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Kansas Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Louisiana Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Maine Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Maryland Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Massachusetts Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Michigan Legislators with ALEC Ties

House of Representatives

  • Former Rep. Frank Accavitti, Jr. (D-42), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 and 2008[80]
  • Majority Caucus Chair Dave Agema (R-74), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2008[80]
  • Former Rep. Fran Amos (R-43), registered for ALEC annual meeting in 2005 and paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2006 and 2007[80]
  • Former Rep. Richard A. Bandstra (R-Grand Rapids, 1985-1994, Michigan 3rd Court of Appeals through January 2003), Former “Public Sector Chairman,” Civil Justice Task Force[81]
  • Former Rep. Bill Caul (R-99), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 and 2007[80]
  • Former House Speaker Craig DeRoche (R-38), paid ALEC membership dues in 2006 and sent three staffers to ALEC annual meeting in 2006 (for $1,200) with taxpayer funds[80]
  • Former Rep. Leon Drolet (R-33), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[80]
  • Former Rep. David Farhat (R-91), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[80]
  • Former Rep. Edward Gaffney (R-1), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 and 2007[80]
  • Rep. Judson Gilbert (R-81), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 while a state senator[82]
  • Rep. Gail Haines (R-43); Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
  • Rep. Ken Horn (R-94), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2011[80], Civil Justice Task Force member
  • Former Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-90, now Michigan Congressman R-2), ALEC Alumni in Congress,[83] paid ALEC membership with taxpayer funds in 2005 and 2007 while a state representative[80]
  • Former Rep. Jerry Kooiman (R-75), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[80]
  • Rep. Eileen Kowall (R-44), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2011[80]
  • Rep. Kenneth Kurtz (R-58), ALEC Health and Human Services Task Force[84]
  • Rep. Matthew Lori, (R-59), ALEC Health and Human Services Task Force[84]
  • Rep. Peter J. Lund (R-36); Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
  • Rep. Tom McMillin (R-45), sponsored 2011 HB 4050. Compare to ALEC’s “Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act[85]
  • Former Rep. Kimberley Meltzer (R-33), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2009[80]
  • Former Rep. Tim Moore (R-97), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2007[80]
  • Rep. Aric Nesbitt (R-80); Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force
  • Former Rep. Tom Pearce (R-73), registered for 2006 ALEC annual meeting and paid 2009 ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds[80]
  • Rep. Amanda Price (R-89); Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force
  • Former Rep. Rick Shaffer (R-59), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 and 2007[80]
  • Former Rep. Fulton Sheen (R-88), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005, 2006 and 2007[80]
  • Rep. Mike Shirkey (R-65), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2011[80]
  • Former Rep. John Stahl (R-82), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2008[80]
  • Former Rep. John Stakoe (R-44), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 and 2007[80]
  • Former Rep. Glenn Steil, Jr. (R-72), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 and 2007[80]
  • Former Rep. William Van Regenmorter (R-74), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[80]

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  • Sen. Jason Allen (R-37), former State Chairman[86], paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2006[82]
  • Former Sen. Patricia Birkholz (R-24), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[82]
  • Sen. Darwin Booher (R-35), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005, 2007 and 2009 while a state representative[80]
  • Former Sen. Cameran Brown (R-16), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[82]
  • Sen. Bruce Caswell (R-16), Health and Human Services Task Force[84]
  • Former Sen. Valde Garcia (R-22), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[82]
  • Sen. Mike Green (R-31), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2011[82]
  • Sen. Goeff Hansen (R-34), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005, 2007 and 2009 (twice) while a state representative,[80] Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force member
  • Sen. Dave Hildenbrand (R-29), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005, 2007 and 2009 while a state representative,[80] and in 2011 while a state senator<ref=”MichiganSenate”/>
  • Sen. Rick Jones (R-24), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 while a state representative[80]
  • Sen. Mike Kowall (R-15), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2009 while a state representative, and in 2011[80]
  • Former Sen. Wayne Kuipers (R-30), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[82]
  • Sen. Arlan B. Meekhoff (R-30), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2009 while a state representative[80]
  • Sen. John Moolenar (R-36), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005 and 2007 while a state representative[80]
  • Sen. Mike Nofs (R-19), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2008 while a state representative[80]
  • Former Sen. Bruce Patterson (R-7), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2009[82]
  • Sen. David B. Robertson (R-26), paid ALEC membership dues with taxpayer funds in 2005[80]
  • Sen. Tonya Schuitmaker (R-20), State Chairman[20]; Civil Justice Task Force

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New Hampshire Legislators with ALEC Ties

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New Jersey Legislators with ALEC Ties

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New Mexico Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Oklahoma Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Rhode Island Legislators with ALEC Ties

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South Carolina Legislators with ALEC Ties

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South Dakota Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Tennessee Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Texas Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Utah Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Vermont Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Virginia Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Washington Legislators with ALEC Ties

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West Virginia Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Wisconsin Legislators with ALEC Ties

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Wisconsin Legislators With ALEC References in Blue Books

  • Sen. Donald K. Stitt (R) – State Chairman of ALEC (1987-1988), Member (1991-1992 and 1993-1994) (also State Chairman in 1986[162])
  • Rep. Susan B. Vergeront (R) – WI Chairperson (1989-1990 and maybe 1991-1992)
    • Task Force on Empowerment, Family and Urban Planning
    • ALEC Legislator of the year (1991)
  • Rep. Marc C. Duff (R) – (1991 – 1998)
  • Rep. Annette P. Williams (D) – America’s Outstanding State Legislator Award (1990)
  • Mary Lazich (R) – Member (1993 – 1998)
  • Timothy T. Hoven (R) – Member (1995-1998)
    • Task Force Commerce and Economic Development (1997-1998)
  • Michael D. Huebsch (R) – Member (1995-1996)* Huebsch was the state co-chairman in at least 2010 if not before, until he became an appointee of Governor Scott Walker in 2011
  • Mark A. Green (R) – State Chairman (1995-1998)
  • Jeffrey T. Plale (D) – Member (1997-2010)
  • Tommy Thompson (R) – Thomas Jefferson Award Winner (1991)
  • Neal J. Kedzie (R) – Member (1999-2010)
  • Jeff Fitzgerald (R) – Member (2001-2011)
  • Bonnie L. Ladwig (R) – Member (2001-2002)
  • Steve Wieckert (R) – Member (2003-2004)
  • Scott Walker (R) – Member (1995 – 1998)
  • Judith Klusman (R) – Member, Task Force on Telecommunications and Agriculture
  • David A. Zien (R) – Member (1995 – 1996)
  • Scott Suder (R) – Criminal Justice Task Force Co-Chair (2002-2004), Member (2002-2010)
  • Sen. Van Wanggaard (R-Racine)[163]

Wisconsin Legislators Mentioning ALEC in their Statements of Economic Interest

2011 Senate
  • Scott Fitgerald (R) – Received $1,529.93

2011 Assembly
  • Jeff Fitzgerald (R) – Received $1,329
  • Dan Knodl (R) – Received $2,000
  • Patricia Strachota (R) – Received $1,404
  • Robin Vos (R) – Received $? (No specific amount)

2010 Senate
  • Scott Fitzgerald (R) – Received $1,466.93

2010 Assembly
  • Scott Suder (R) – Received $1,200 from ALEC and $1,400 from the Heartland Institute
  • Michael Huebsch (R) – Received $2,000

2009 Assembly
  • Kitty Rhoades (R) – Received $575
  • Jeffery Stone (R) – Received $1,200
  • Scott Suder (R) – Received $2,200

Wisconsin Legislators Paying ALEC Membership Fees with Tax Dollars

  • Dan Kapanke (R-La Crosse): $100 – 2/1/2011
  • Mary Lazich (R-New Berlin): $100 – 2/1/2011
  • Terry Moulton (R-Chippewa Falls): $100 – 2/1/2011
  • Van Wanggard (R-Racine): $100 – 2/1/2011
  • Rich Zipperer (R-Pewaukee): $100- 2/1/2011
  • Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau): $100 – 1/1/2011
  • Pam Galloway (R-Wausau): $100 – 1/1/2011
  • Glenn Grotham (R-West Bend): $100 – 1/1/2011
  • Frank Lasee (R): $200 – 1/1/2011
  • Alberta Darling (R-River Hills): $200 – 1/1/2009
  • Mike Ellis (R-Neenah): $100 – 1/1/2009
  • Neal Kedzie (R-Neenah): $100 – 1/1/2007
  • Mike Ellis (R-Neenah): $100 – 1/1/2007
  • Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau): $200 – 1/1/2007[164]

References to Wisconsin ALEC Members in the Cap Times

From the Capital Times (2011):

“These days, a lot of it is health-related. ALEC, a strong believer in state’s rights, federalism, and the free-market, is fighting federal health care reform tooth and nail. (It also opposes various state efforts to crack down on the health insurance industry and expand coverage.) Since 2005, 38 states have passed legislation crafted by its Health and Human Services Task Force, according to the ALEC guide. Wisconsin promises to soon be one of the star performers. ‘There have been boilerplate bills that have similar characteristics to what has been passed here in Wisconsin,’ Fitzgerald says. In December, he says, he and 20 to 30 other Wisconsin GOP lawmakers attended ALEC’s national meeting Washington D.C. (emphasis added), where a key topic of study and conversation was federal health care reform. The ‘State Legislators’ Guide to Repealing Obamacare’ was handed out at this meeting, and its model legislation discussed. ‘A good example of that is a bill Joe Leibham is working on right now,’ Fitzgerald says. “Sen. Joe Leibham, R-Sheboygan, and Rep. Robin Vos, R-Rochester, introduced the bill Fitzgerald is talking about on Thursday. The ‘Health Care Freedom Amendment’ would change the Wisconsin constitution to prohibit the government from forcing anyone to participate in any public or private health care or insurance program. The amendment is meant to block the implementation of federal health care reform.”[165]

Wyoming Legislators with ALEC Ties

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