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(Reuters) – Financial services firm Charles Schwab (NYSE 🙂 Corp said Wednesday it will suspend its political action committee (PAC) and will no longer accept employee contributions or make financial contributions to lawmakers. The company, which cited a divided political climate for its decision, said it plans to donate all remaining funds in the PAC. (https: // A host of companies have said they would cut campaign contributions to those who voted to challenge the victory of US President-elect Joe Biden.
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