In a proxy season marred by the COVID-19 pandemic, several shareholders are trying to convince companies that it’s more important than ever to fully disclose their political spending.

The Center for Political Accountability on Tuesday reported that four companies that rated poorly for disclosure and transparency last year have recently reached agreements to disclose political spending. As a result, the center said in its monthly newsletter, shareholder resolutions were being withdrawn.

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