Tell Congress: Give Regulatory Agencies Enough Funding to do Their Jobs

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For every 1000 signatures, NationofChange will send a letter to Congress, demanding that the Justice Department and other regulatory agencies receive enough funding to do their jobs.

[Update: We have surpassed 500 signatures! NationofChange is sending the first letter to Congress with your signatures attached. We will continue to send letters for every 500 signatures.]

As Robert Reich says, “It’s easy to holler at CEOs. It’s time for Congress to stop hollering and take action.”

Congress can grill CEOs about bank fraud, such as their latest questioning of Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, or condemn CEOs of pharmaceutical companies for price gouging, like Mylan’s Heather Bresch, all they want but it isn’t going to change a thing.

Republicans can rage at CEOs all they want, but that doesn’t stop them from getting paid millions of dollars for hitting certain profit targets, often in shady ways.

The Justice Department needs to be given enough funding to pursue criminal charges against corporations and executives who violate the law. Other regulatory agencies, such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, needs more funding in order to police the market.

Help us tell Congress that these agencies need more funding to stop things like price gouging, fraud, and shady business practices from happening.


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  • sam crespi
  • George I Matkovits
  • Dan Jensen
  • We are becoming a feudal state. The only way to bring back a strong, healthy middle class is for the rich and the corporations to pay back in taxes what working people have made possible for them in profits.
  • Tell the Congress to properly fund the Justice Department and other regulatory agencies.
  • Put the big crooks in Jail. Maybe one that they own.
  • Patricia Snow
  • Congress to stop hollering and take action.”
  • Donald Trump & Paul Ryan want to cut ACA healthcare and give the money to the 1%…

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