On March 26, 2020, the FEC updated its operational guidelines for enforcing the nation’s campaign finance laws during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two new reports from the Washington Post and Fox News reveal a dark money network that is working to politicize the coronavirus pandemic.
The House Committee on Ethics has issued guidance on the use of official resources to provide information to constituents about the coronavirus.
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.
On Wednesday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer made direct threats to two Supreme Court Justices.
APT files ethics and Federal Election Commission complaints against three House Judiciary Committee members
Americans for Public Trust, an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan, public ethics watchdog organization, announced today it has filed complaints against three House Judiciary Committee Members…
Tampa Bay Times: Florida Bar investigating Ross Spano for campaign finance violations from irregular loans
U.S. Rep. Ross Spano, already facing a federal probe into his 2018 campaign, may have more trouble on his hands…
Knoxville News Sentinel: Former congressman John Duncan paid lawyers $115,000 from his leftover campaign cash
Former Knoxville Rep. John J. Duncan Jr. is still spending his campaign war chest and in 2019 the money mostly was used to pay attorney fees…