There is no way to know if the corporations that you’ve invested in are spending your money to fuel the climate crisis or to try to elect politicians who want to defund Social Security and Medicare, stymie progress healthcare reform, or further deregulate Wall Street. We also often have no insight into their tax gaming strategies, gender equity policies, and how they treat their workers.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the federal agency charged with protecting investors and the public from corporate abuse, can make sure investors have the tools they need to make smart choices—to avoid putting their money in risky companies that recklessly pursue profits or push policies that could alienate their customer base.
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