Former Vice President Joe Biden (L) and his campaign's national co-chair, Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.). Background: A mound of oil drums near the Baton Rouge ExxonMobil Refinery along the Mississippi River. U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Getty Images, Wikimedia

Joe Biden’s Campaign Co-Chair is a Big Oil and Gas Booster

Rep. Cedric Richmond, the Biden campaign’s national co-chair, has one of the most pro-industry voting records on fossil fuel issues among all congressional Democrats.

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Eleven Years Later, Democrats Will Try Again to Address Citizens United’s Dark Money Problem

Both chambers of Congress are planning to vote on the For the People Act, which would force dark money groups to reveal their donors.

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Biden’s Huge Inaugural Donations Would be Banned Under Democrats’ Ethics Bill

Government watchdog groups called on Biden's presidential inaugural committee to reject million-dollar donations from corporations seeking to influence the new administration.

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Corporate America Rewards Trump Enablers With Cushy Jobs

Trump staffers are worried that the insurrection might hurt their career opportunities, but many of their former colleagues had no trouble finding nice jobs in the political influence industry.