This past week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit upheld a decision made by the lower court regarding donor disclosure. This ruling means that a previous regulation by FEC is no longer valid.
Sixteen Thirty Fund, a network of progressive dark money groups, is pouring money into Super PACs to influence the 2020
After being charged with three felony counts of voter fraud related to the 2019 municipal elections in Kansas, Congressman Steve Watkins now faces an investigation by the House Ethics Committee.
Almost one year after first receiving a referral from the Office of Congressional Ethics (“OCE”), the House Committee on Ethics
Dark Money Group Courier Newsroom Would be Unaffected by Facebook’s Proposed Ban on Political Advertisements
Despite a growing trend of social media companies entering the fact-checking space, Facebook has disregarded calls to curb political speech
With the 2020 elections quickly approaching, millions in “dark money” are being poured into ads and digital content masquerading as
The U.S. Senate has long recognized that a public office is a public trust. Members of the Senate are expected