Anyone making more than $250 in express advocacy ads must now disclose the identities of all contributors who gave more than $200 in a year.
CREW uses aggressive legal action, in-depth research, and bold communications to reduce the influence of money in politics and help foster a government that is ethical and accountable. We highlight abuses, change behavior, and lay the groundwork for new policies and approaches that encourage public officials to work for the benefit of the people, not powerful interests.
The requested records with shed light on the expense of mixed travel and the extent to which agencies consider Hatch Act compliance.
President Donald Trump and several senior administration officials appear to have violated laws and regulations governing the use of official government resources
Members of the Trump admin. may have violated the Hatch Act by using government resources to travel to and participate in events to support candidates in partisan races.
When the courts opened at 9 am this morning, a legal dream team officially filed Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington v. Donald J. Trump to stop the President from violating the Constitution by illegally receiving payments from foreign governments.
If we want government of the people, by the people, and for the people to continue, it is time for Congress, enforcement agencies, and most importantly the American people to demand an end to the violations and a return to an ethical and lawful government.
During President Trump’s first year in office, CREW worked to monitor, log, and categorize every instance in which government and special interests interacted with the president’s private businesses. Ultimately, CREW recorded more than 500 timeline entries related to potential conflicts of interest.
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