An historic anti-corruption measure ending anonymous companies in the United States became law on Friday, capping a more than decade-long campaign by transparency advocates.
An historic anti-corruption measure ending anonymous U.S. companies could be within days of enactment after House lawmakers voted to override a presidential veto.
By a veto-proof majority, the U.S. Senate passed historic legislation to end anonymous companies, capping a week that included both International Anti-Corruption Day and International Human Rights Day, sending the measure to the White House to be signed into law.
By a veto-proof margin, the House of Representatives passed legislation ending anonymous companies on the eve of International Anti-Corruption Day, teeing up final Senate passage.
The FACT Coalition joined Congresswoman Maloney at a press conference to applaud the Corporate Transparency Act’s inclusion in the National Defense Authorization Act, a must pass bill that is expected on the House floor this week.
Lawmakers took a major step toward ending anonymous companies with the bipartisan unveiling of legislative text for the annual must-pass defense bill.