On June 29, the Brennan Center submitted testimony to the Council of the District of Columbia supporting the Fair Elections Act of 2017, which would create a small-donor match public financing program.
What would the president’s tax returns show about his financial ties to foreign powers or other ethical issues? Is there a better way than disclosure of tax returns to get at such information? New Brennan Center analysis explores these questions.
The Brennan Center and other civil liberties organizations sent a letter to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats condemning his decision to abandon efforts toward increased transparency in the surveillance of Americans under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.