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Archive for the ‘CfA’ Category

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Apr

By: The Kansas City Star Editorial Board, April 21, 2017 This Ron Richard thing is not going away. Democrats and Republicans continue to raise serious questions about changes in state law that the leader of the Missouri Senate is proposing and a $100,000 campaign contribution he received from a prominent Joplin businessman who might benefit […]

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20
Apr

By: Brian Ellison, KCUR 89.3, April 19, 2017 A Washington-based watchdog group has joined calls for an investigation into Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard over campaign contributions he received from a Joplin businessman. Campaign for Accountability, a nonprofit organization describing itself as “focused on government accountability,” has sent a formal letter of complaint […]

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19
Apr

By: Jason Hancock, The Kansas City Star, April 19, 2017 JEFFERSON CITY A government watchdog group filed a complaint Wednesday asking federal prosecutors to investigate pay-to-play allegations against Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard. The Washington, D.C.-based Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with Tom Larson, acting U.S. attorney for the Western District of Missouri, requesting […]

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19
Apr

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 19, 2017 Contact: Daniel Stevens, 202-780-5750, dstevens@campaignforaccountability.org WASHINGTON – Today, government watchdog group Campaign for Accountability (CfA) filed a complaint with Acting U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Missouri Tom Larson requesting an investigation into whether Missouri State Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard violated federal law by accepting a […]

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12
Apr

By: M.M. Plouzek, Montana Standard, April 11, 2017 (One of Montana State Sen. Jennifer Fielder’s constituents wrote a “letter to the editor” about Campaign for Accountability’s lawsuit against Sen. Fielder.  In February, we sued Sen. Fielder for failing to respond to an open records request.  Now, the legislature is poised to appropriate taxpayer dollars to fund Sen. Fielder’s […]

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05
Apr

By: Brendan O’Connor, Fusion, April 4, 2017 Days before the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as protests at Standing Rock intensified and the costliest wildfire in United States history burned across Big Sur, some 150 current and former state legislators gathered in Colonial Williamsburg for a weekend of role play—to debate amendments […]

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31
Mar

By Ted Sickinger, The Oregonian, March 30, 2017 Consumer advocates are pressing Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to investigate sales practices that they contend are designed to trick homeowners into buying or leasing solar panels. The Washington, D.C.-based Campaign for Accountability requested the investigation this week after reviewing 58 consumer complaints filed with the Oregon Justice […]

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29
Mar

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 29, 2017 Contact: Daniel Stevens, 202.780.5750, dstevens@campaignforaccountability.org WASHINGTON – Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) asked Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to open an investigation into companies that offer residential solar panels in Oregon.  A review of consumer complaints filed with the Oregon Attorney General’s Office reveals many of these companies have […]

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16
Mar

By: Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press, March 15, 2017 HELENA — Montana lawmakers are poised to foot the bill to defend a state senator who is being sued under the state’s public records act to release her emails. Earlier this month, a legislative committee inserted an amendment to a supplemental appropriations bill to allocate $100,000 […]

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