Obama inauguration fueled by corporations, unions

By Dave Levinthal

Companies, unions and special interests fuel January event with more than $18 million.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Jack Abramoff":

"… vides government lobbying services for dozens of clients and once employed Jack Abramoff, the fallen lobbyist who served more than three years in federal prison. …"

Obama nonprofit not disclosing all donor data

By Dave Levinthal

Obama's new nonprofit does not intend to disclose all information it collects from donors.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Campaign Legal Center":

"… ed on Obama to shut his lobbying group down entirely. Democracy 21 and the Campaign Legal Center accused Obama of violating the Ethics in Government Act by soliciting mone …"

Obama inauguration sponsors spent millions influencing government

By Dave Levinthal

Obama's inauguration, brought to you in part by corporate America.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Presidential Inaugural Committee":

"… n cash, curtailing access to his administration, and lately, directing his Presidential Inaugural Committee to reject their donations. “We've always relied on each other, not Wash …"

Who will pay for Obama’s big day?

By Caitlin Ginley

President-Elect Obama is carrying his theme of change through the inauguration, where, as reported, he is limiting the amount individuals ca