The U.S. Senate has long recognized that a public office is a public trust. Members of the Senate are expected
The House Committee on Ethics has issued a reminder to House Members of the requirements of the Stop Trading on
Today, Americans for Public Trust filed a complaint with the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices against Montana Lieutenant Governor Mike Cooney for using his Capitol office for campaign work, a violation of the law and ethics standards for elected officials.
While some Members have also used and paid for NGP VAN with official dollars, over 30 members used the services of another political data firm, Catalist.
On Thursday, May 7th the Senate Rules and Administration Committee will hold a business meeting, with its sole agenda item being to discuss the nomination of James E. (Trey) Trainor to the Federal Election Commission.
Federal Government Watchdog Issues Legal Advisory Regarding Executive Branch Employees Owning Stock, Conflicts of Interest
The Office of Government Ethics (“OGE”) has issued a legal advisory to designated agency ethics officials to ensure that executive
On April 23rd, APT filed a complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics regarding Representative Donna Shalala’s failure to report