Stop the Green Investor Gag Rule

Exxon and other big corporate polluters hate being told by their shareholders to clean up their act. So, they’re pushing the Green Investor Gag Rule, which is a part of the Financial CHOICE Act (H.R. 10). It will make it impossible for all but multi-billion-dollar investors to sponsor shareholder resolutions, like the one that just forced Exxon to take climate change into account in its long-term planning.

Send a message to Congress today to stop the Gag Rule and continue to let shareholders vote on environmental resolutions.

Subject: Vote No on the Green Investor Gag Rule in H.R. 10