Americans for Public Trust filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission (“FEC”) against Hansjorg Wyss to investigate violations of federal campaign law, reported today by the New York Post.
This week, President Trump named two individuals he intends to nominate to the Federal Election Commission, which is currently operating without a quorum.
In response to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, the House Committee on Ethics and the House Committee on Administration have jointly released updated guidance on member solicitation. Under normal circumstances, members are permitted to make certain solicitations on behalf of charitable organizations, though certain restrictions apply.
On Wednesday, Americans for Public Trust, an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan, ethics watchdog, filed a complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics against Rep. TJ Cox for various legal and ethical issues related to multiple tax liens held by the state of California against the Congressman.
As reported by The Wall Street Journal, Americans for Public Trust filed a complaint with the FEC against Michael Bloomberg and the DNC.
Today, Americans for Public Trust, an independent government watchdog, has filed two Freedom of Information Act requests for communications between Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and HHS and the FDA.
Americans for Public Trust, an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan, public ethics watchdog organization, announced today it has filed complaints against three House Judiciary Committee Members…