More Than 300 State Legislators Sign Statement Expressing Disappointment over Senator Durbin’s Letter

More Than 300 State Legislators Sign Statement Expressing Disappointment over Senator Durbin’s Letter

Letter asserts Constitutional right for businesses, legislators to freely associate

Arlington, Va., (UPDATED, September 5, 2013)—The American Legislative Exchange Council released today a letter signed by more than 300 state legislators from 39 states that expresses dismay over Senator Durbin’s letter inquiring into businesses and organizations’ participation in the American Legislative Exchange Council.

The letter follows a statement released Friday by the American Legislative Exchange Council expressing concern over Senator Durbin’s inquiries. The letter, sent to all members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights, can be accessed here.

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The American Legislative Exchange Council is the largest nonpartisan, voluntary membership organization of state legislators in the United States. The Council is governed by state legislators who comprise the Board of Directors and is advised by the Private Enterprise Advisory Council, a group of private, foundation and think tank members. For more information about the American Legislative Exchange Council, please visit: www.alec.org.

Durbin Response Letter by ALEC_States