"A Washington-based watchdog group, the Campaign for Accountability, said there should be an investigation into whether Moore misused his political power to get that grant approved, and to pressure state regulators to go easy on pollution violations on the site."
"Earlier in his tenure as Interior secretary, the Campaign for Accountability, a nonprofit government watchdog group, was among the groups that requested the Interior’s Office of Inspector General look into whether Zinke violated the Hatch Act and conflict-of-interest laws by making the trip."
CfA Applauds Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes for Opening an Investigation into State Rep. Mike Noel
Noel Confirmed the Investigation in a Radio Interview
"Campaign for Accountability called on the House to refer Prince to the Department of Justice for an investigation into his activities."
Campaign for Accountability Asks House Intelligence Committee to Refer Erik Prince to DOJ for Criminal Investigation
On March 8, 2018, CfA asked the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence to refer Erik Prince to the Department of Justice for an investigation into whether he lied to the committee regarding his meeting with Russian fund manager Kirill Dmitriev.
"A watchdog group on Monday accused House Speaker Tim Moore of throwing his political weight around to avoid environmental cleanup costs at a Siler City poultry plant his company sold in 2016."
"A government watchdog group is accusing one of North Carolina’s most powerful legislators of using his political position for financial benefit – by stopping state regulators from cracking down on pollution at a property he owned and was trying to sell."
Watchdog Files Ethics Complaint Against House Speaker Tim Moore for Abusing His Position for Personal Financial Gain
On March 5, 2018, CfA called on the North Carolina State Ethics Commission to investigate whether Tim Moore, Speaker of the North Carolina General Assembly, violated state ethics law by pressuring officials at the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality to delay enforcing environmental laws on his company's property.
"Watchdog group Campaign for Accountability announced Thursday it amended a previous complaint filed with the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) against Nunes and called on OCE to investigate the Intelligence chairman for 'leaking information provided to the committee during the course of an official investigation.'"
"The Campaign for Accountability... amended an earlier complaint filed with the Office of Government Ethics and called for an investigation into whether Nunes and his staff violated House and committee rules by 'leaking information provided to the committee during the course of an ongoing investigation.'"