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Federal ethics regulations prohibit any employee from using her government position or any authority associated with her public office to endorse products.
The first 100 days of the Trump administration involved conflicts of interest and ethical and legal problems on a massive scale not seen since at least President Nixon
President Trump’s hiring of his son-in-law and daughter undoubtedly violates the intended purpose of the anti-nepotism statute.
Some good news from Election Day: voters in red and blue states across the country took action to reduce the influence of money in politics and improve accountability in their own backyards.
A new CREW investigation finds that the two largest private prison companies in America have sought to influence politics and policy in 39 states across the country.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) released a report, Without a trace, detailing the legal issues behind the story of the White House e-mail scandal.