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CREW filed a second supplement to its original complaint against the National Rifle Association (NRA), in which it showed that the NRA failed to disclose more than $1 million in contributions to major Democratic and Republican leadership groups, bringing their total undisclosed political spending to nearly $60 million since 2008.
CREW filed two complaints with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) against the Marco Rubio-backing Conservative Solutions PAC, the Steven Fulop-backing Coalition for Progress, as well as IGX LLC and DE First Holdings, two sham companies used to launder donations to the super PACs.
CREW filed a lawsuit against the Federal Election Commission for improperly dismissing CREW's 2012 FEC complaint against Crossroads GPS.
Trees of Liberty, a dark money non-profit financed and operated by the Koch political network, broke the law in helping Joni Ernst win her primary election in 2014, according to a complaint filed today with the IRS by the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) and CREW.
CREW today wrote to the FEC to protest the failure of the FEC to issue a statement of reasons explaining their dismissal of CREW's complaint against Friends of Herman Cain, Inc. and Mark Block.
After failing to disclose $33.5 million in political activity from 2008 to 2013, the NRA failed to disclose another $25 million in political spending to the IRS in 2014, according to a supplemented complaint filed by CREW today.