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May 20, 2014 - As Democrats seek to make an issue of campaign spending by billionaires Charles and David Koch in the 2014 midterm elections, director Robert Greenwald (founder and president of Brave New Films) released an updated version of his film on the Koch brothers in an event in the Capitol Visitors Center.  The event drew Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).  Marge Baker, executive vice president at People for the American Way, also spoke, stating that Americans across the country are mobilizing to address the issue of big money in campaigns.  In particular she pointed to an upcoming hearing, to be held by the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 3, on a constitutional amendment on campaign finance reform (the Udall amendment).
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Note. As reported by Roll Call, Republicans raised questions over whether it was a violation of rules to hold this event in the CVC.  See. Hannah Hess.  "‘Koch Brothers Exposed’ Screening Sparks Fight Over CVC Rules."  Roll Call, May 20, 2014.

Updated Film is Latest Salvo in Wrangling Over Koch Brothers' Influence
May 20, 2014.  Original film released in 2012.

"Koch Brothers Exposed: 2014 Edition exposes David and Charles Koch for what they are: poster boys of the 1%, using their billions to buy our government and increase their wealth, at the expense of the poor and powerless."
www.kochaddiction.com - DSCC
launched March 7, 2014
"The DSCC’s sustained campaign will feature web ads, online ads, Twitter and Facebook, and up to the minute “Addicted To Koch!” news alerts, highlighting the latest examples of how Republican Senate candidates are being held accountable for the Kochs’ harmful agenda."

realkochfacts.com - Am. Bridge 21st Century Fndn.
launched May 15, 2014
"The Real Koch Facts project includes dedicated staff who will focus on a daily communications, research and rapid response effort to tell voters just how dangerous the Kochs' self-serving agenda is for working families."
KochFacts.com - Koch Industries, Inc.
launched in 2010
"...Koch will continue to advocate for policies that will help all people improve their lives and that promote a free society.