When it comes to bad legislation - like the Stand Your Ground laws - or voter suppression techniques like Voter ID laws, there's no other organization anywhere near as unethical as the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Thankfully, Lisa Graves and the Center for Media and Democracy - the people responsible for ALECExposed.com - have been working together with the folks who pushed Glenn Beck off the television, Color of Change, to take on ALEC directly.
At the beginning of April, Color of Change began a campaign to take on ALEC's donors - some of the world's biggest corporations - directly.
Their campaign already appears to be having some effect. During the first week of April, three of the world's biggest companies Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Kraft have all ended their partnerships with ALEC.
On Friday of this week, the Intuit company - makers of TurboTax and Quicken - joined in the exodus from their previous partnership with ALEC.
When you stand up to the bullies - or you point out to everyone who the bullies like ALEC really are - the people who previously supported them run away.
If you want to read more about the exodus from ALEC, click through the links below.
The Exodus From ALEC
Progressive Movement Compels Coca-Cola To Pull Support From ALEC Over Voter Suppression Efforts
Minority Voter Suppression: Florida - How Soon We Forget.
Coca-Cola Leaves Pro-Voter ID Organization After Democrats Threaten Boycott
Coke withdraws from group that backs Stand Your Ground law
PepsiCo Ends Partnership With Right-Wing Front Group ALEC
Coke and Pepsi abandon conservative group over voter ID, gun laws
At urging of Color Of Change, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo sever ties with ALEC
ALEC support wanes: Kraft abandons conservative group
Kraft Drops Membership In Conservative Group ALEC
Intuit Is Now The Fourth Company To Drop Voter Suppression Group ALEC