Proxy Monitor 2017 – Finding: Climate Change Proposals Break ThroughGuest Post
Mr. Copland is a senior fellow with and director of legal policy at the Manhattan Institute.
Ms. O’Keefe is the Manhattan Institute’s Proxy Monitor project manager.
Under rules promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), shareholders of publicly traded corporations listed in the United States may place items on company proxy ballots to be voted on at corporate annual meetings. Under current rules, shareholders must have held at least $2,000 in company shares for at least one year to propose a ballot item.
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