Investor Advocates for Social Justice

Press Release: Pharma Companies Block Investor Requests for Greater Transparency on Drug Pricing

March 2, 2017

Drug companies including J & J, Merck, BMS and Pfizer Seek to Silence Shareholders by Omitting Resolution on Price Transparency from Company Proxies. (Link to ICCR Press Release) NEW YORK, NY – Thursday, March 2, 2017 – Long-term shareholders in major U.S. drug companies  today expressed outrage that their attempts to elicit greater transparency around excessive […]

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Investors Voice Support for Affordable Care Act

January 12, 2017

The Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment joined a coalition of 119 faith- and values-based investors and public health groups in signing a letter to Trump and members of Congress voicing support for the Affordable Care Act. Led by the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, the group praised how the ACA expanded access to quality and affordable health […]

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Religious Investors Push Companies to Embrace Health Reform

January 14, 2009

Jacob GoldsteinWall Street Journal Blog More than $100 billion worth of investment capital is pushing companies to embrace borad health reform priniciples – though the prinicples are so broad that it’s not entirely clear what that embrace would mean. The Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility said today that it has filed 26 shareholder resolutions related […]

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