CREW today called on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate whether former U.S. Senator Scott Brown violated the law by failing to disclose his financial interest in AdvoCare nutritional products when he endorsed them on Facebook and in other communications to his supporters.
Rep. Guinta failed to report $355,000 in funds he claimed as his own, as well as hundreds of thousands of dollars in other claimed assets, on nearly all of his financial disclosure forms, violating federal law and House rules.
CREW requested the Internal Revenue Service open an examination into the finances of the National Rifle Association after the group failed to disclose more than $33.5 million it spent on political activity over six years.
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