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In order to fight a new form of dark money organization, CREW today filed complaints against political groups posing as non-profit social welfare organizations but existing only to benefit the presidential campaign of Marco Rubio and the senate campaign of Thom Tillis.
CREW today filed a complaint with the IRS urging the agency to investigate a secretive Michigan political organization called Michigan Advocacy Trust (MAT) for spending millions of dollars on political ads without disclosing its donors.
CREW today filed a supplement to its complaint with the IRS alleging that the Center for Medical Progress knowingly misled the IRS when applying for tax-exempt status.
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.
CREW asked the IRS to investigate the Center for Medical Progress' possible misrepresentation of itself as a journalist organization which monitors developments in biomedicine and bioengineering.
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.