Did Jan. 6 change corporate giving?

Jan 6, 2022
A lot of companies promised to change their political giving following the insurrection.
Trump supporters storm the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. The insurrection shifted how and to whom corporate PACs give,
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Corporate political donations slowly returning a year after Jan. 6 insurrection

Jan 6, 2022
Corporate PACs were dormant following the attack on the Capitol.
A man walks near the West Front of the U.S. Capitol, as security fencing is removed on Sept. 19, 2021 in Washington, DC.
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Why does Hallmark Cards have a political action committee?

Jan 15, 2021
Following the insurrection, many companies have halted political donations, highlighting just how prevalent PACs are in corporate America.
A view of Father's Day cards at a Hallmark store.
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Companies suspend political donations following Capitol riot

Jan 11, 2021
JPMorgan Chase and Citi are pausing all contributions to politicians for now.
The JP Morgan Chase headquarters in Manhattan.
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The not-so-big sacrifice of swearing off corporate PAC money

Mar 21, 2019
Money from corporate political action committees might matter less than you might think.
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There is more proof some very big money is behind the midterm elections

Oct 15, 2018
More women are contributing money, and more of that money is backing female candidates.
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