ALEC is Back and Ready to Resume its Conservative Agenda

Damaged by public-relations disasters, the free-market policy group was empowered last month by Republican statehouse victories.

A voter walks past a sign pointing the way to The Coliseum where a polling station is setup on November 4, 2014 in St Petersburg, United States.

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About 500 state legislators from across the country will pour themselves cups of coffee and file into conference rooms of the Hyatt Regency hotel in Washington on Wednesday to talk about cutting taxes and killing regulations. This is Legislating 101, brought to you by corporate America. 

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