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Committee on Financial ServicesIntroducedJanuary 21st, 2010
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End the Hijacking of Shareholder Funds Act
To require the approval of a majority of a public company's shareholders for any expenditure by that company to influence public opinion on matters not related to the company's products or services.
End the Hijacking of Shareholder Funds Act - Deems expenditure to influence public opinion by the officers and directors of a public company on matters not related to company products or services to be a breach of fiduciary duty if such expenditure has not been approved by a prior majority shareholder vote. Subjects such officers and directors to joint and several liability to any shareholder or class of shareholders for the amount of such an expenditure.