Report: Execs Feel Pressured to Give to Corporate PACS According to the findings of a survey in CFO Magazine, some executives feel obligated to give personal dollars to their companies' political action committees. The findings rekindle long-standing questions about whether corporate PACs are as voluntary as they're supposed to be. NPR's Peter Overby reports.
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Report: Execs Feel Pressured to Give to Corporate PACS

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Report: Execs Feel Pressured to Give to Corporate PACS

Report: Execs Feel Pressured to Give to Corporate PACS

Report: Execs Feel Pressured to Give to Corporate PACS

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According to the findings of a survey in CFO Magazine, some executives feel obligated to give personal dollars to their companies' political action committees. The findings rekindle long-standing questions about whether corporate PACs are as voluntary as they're supposed to be. NPR's Peter Overby reports.