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American Legislative Exchange Council

American Legislative Exchange Council or ALEC is a advocacy group which develops legislation which promotes the interests of the prison industry, developing model laws[?] and lobbying state legislatures for enactment of favorable legislation. About 1/3 of the state legislators in the United States are members of ALEC. ALEC has been very successful in its efforts during the 1990s.

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