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Delaney Marsco
Ethics Counsel , dog mom, Ohioan. Views my own.
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Charlie Savage Apr 4
DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz issued a statement of support for MIchael Atkinson, the intelligence community inspector general Trump fired late last night:
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Trevor Potter Mar 31
Trump claimed Republicans would ‘never’ be elected again if voting was made easier in response to . Silly me--I thought Trump would want his supporters to feel safe voting! This is a nonpartisan issue--all should support ways to make voting safer.
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Zach Everson Mar 26
. would love the country "raring to go by Easter"— its the day his D.C. hotel usually holds an $130/person brunch buffet. via
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Nancy Leong Mar 25
"What would you think if, when your governor asked the federal government for the disaster assistance that Congress has provided, the President responded, 'I would like you to do us a favor.'" -- Pam Karlan, Dec. 2, 2019 (opening statement at Trump impeachment hearings)
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Campaign Legal Center Mar 25
This! Georgia is estimating it will spend $13 million to send absentee request forms for their state's primaries. That's for one state, for primaries. Great to see advocacy is working, but it's going to take more than $400 million to run a safe, accessible general election.
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Delaney Marsco Mar 25
Idk who needs to hear this but...
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U.S. OGE Mar 25
It is against the law for executive branch employees to make government decisions that would directly affect their personal financial interests. These laws, which protect the public interest, are even more important in times of emergency.
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David Fahrenthold Mar 25
If this language is approved, Trump properties would be barred from getting bailout money.
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David Fahrenthold Mar 23
NEW: What happened before called for re-evaluating lockdowns? His company had to close 6 of its top 7 revenue-generating clubs and hotels.
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Campaign Legal Center Mar 20
CLC staff are celebrating the arrival of official letters kicking off the . We're excited to ! You might have heard the Census is delaying deployment of in-person census takers due to . It's more important than ever to make sure you respond online.
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Delaney Marsco Mar 17
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Chris Hayes Mar 17
Not the top priority right now, but before the President pushes through enormous bailouts, I'd like to know his actual financial holdings and how much it will benefit him personally. Crazy, I know.
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Jonathan Van Ness Mar 17
Omg I love my new snake skin gloves, oh wait that’s just my new hand skin washing them 17,000 times a day.
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Brendan Fischer Mar 16
COVID-19 infections are spreading through nursing homes. But the administration has been working to loosen infection control rules for nursing homes—as the industry hired a Trumpworld lobbyist and raised $3M at a single fundraiser for Trump’s super PAC.
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Mark Gaber Mar 15
Please can we do this everywhere. Thank you for being a courageous leader. DC needs this now. Your move today is not enough.
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Renato Mariotti Mar 15
This is why presidents are supposed to divest their ownership interests in businesses, so that doesn’t cloud their judgment when they make decisions. Trump didn’t do that.
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Adav Noti Mar 12
My piece in on the 2020 election emergency that’s not getting nearly enough attention.
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Delaney Marsco Mar 10
Trainor worked to undermine the TX Ethics Commission tasked with regulating state campaign finance. Today he goes before the Senate as a nominee for – the only government agency responsible for enforcing federal campaign finance laws.
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Campaign Legal Center Mar 10
From CLC's , a former FEC Chair: If Trey Trainor is confirmed as commissioner, it is almost guaranteed that the agency will continue to fail to protect voters and our elections from secret spending.
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RJones Mar 5
Not to stress you out, but we still lack IGs at 13 different agencies. For example: ; ; ; ; ; . If you're not worried about how those agencies spend your tax $ or their ethical and constitutional operation, please disregard! 🕵️‍♀️🤑
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