The public still needs to know how the administration got to the point of choosing Doral for the G-7 summit. CREW sent a second G-7 letter.
Prosperity Alliance, another dark money group active in Ohio, may have violated its tax-exempt status by making politics its primary activity.
Since the president refuses to reprimand officials who have violated the Hatch Act, CREW sent a letter requesting that OSC ensure compliance.
CREW is challenging the dangerous idea that campaign finance laws are contingent on the whim of a partisan bloc of the FEC.
CREW argued that the DC Circuit erred in SpeechNow.Org v. FEC when it created super PACs.
CREW filed an amicus brief supporting EPIC and Buzzfeed News in their case against DOJ to obtain the unredacted Mueller Report.
Virginia Canter sent testimony to Congress on the Trump administration’s flagrant violations of the Hatch Act with recommendations on how to force compliance.
CREW urged Congress to reject President Trump’s proposal, and not to let the civil service be politicized.
Agencies have taken inconsistent approaches on publicly disclosing their Federal Records Act policies, with some putting them on their websites, and others shielding them.
CREW files a complaint against Interior Secretary David Bernhardt for deleting records, putting him in violation of the Federal Records Act.
The TSA FOIA request process requires jumping through hoops that discourage making a request, and puts personal information at risk.