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The New York City Council passed a first-of-its-kind law to address concerns about nonprofits created by elected officials to promote their political agendas.
The city council in Portland, Oregon, voted to create a system of public campaign financing that will make it easier for candidates with community support to run effective campaigns even without wealthy connections.
Despite promises to the contrary, Trump’s Washington could turn into as much of an ethical morass as Albany.
GEO Group may not be a household name, but they had everything to gain from a Trump victory.
President Obama is running out of time to make a difference on money in politics.
A new analysis of the most recent spending data shows that big-money outside spending continued to flood this year’s 10 key Senate elections in the final weeks before Election Day.
Can Donald Trump live up to his promises of ethics reform?
The 2016 election result came as a surprise to many, and it calls for some honest reflection. When it comes to money in politics, here are a few questions we ought to be asking.
For all who care about the ideals of the Constitution, and a just and tolerant society, Donald Trump as President is a stunning rebuke.
Last week, a Washington state court imposed the largest fine ever levied for a campaign finance violation, on a group that hid the identities of its donors.