In response to the passage of the CARES Act on March 27, 2020, the Committee on Ethics has issued guidance and has reiterated standing House rules governing conflicts of interest. The CARES Act was enacted into law in response to the economic impact of coronavirus.
Courier Newsroom has rolled out digital newspapers in six key swing states “to fill the news deserts, deliver the facts favorable to Democrats.”
UPDATE: HOUSE ETHICS COMMITTEE EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR FILING FINANCIAL DISCLOSURES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
Federal law requires that Members of the House and certain House employees file yearly financial disclosure reports, due on May
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.
With the April 15th FEC Quarterly Report filing deadline quickly approaching, it’s important for committees that are required to file to implement best practices and avoid potential filing mistakes that could result in administrative action being taken by the FEC.