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Political Corruption Is Ruining Everything, but We Can Fix It

"On Thursday, the watchdog group Campaign for Accountability asked two Congressional ethics committees to investigate 14 members of Congress for taking official actions in support of the payday lending industry while at the same time accepting campaign contributions from that industry."

Scott Pruitt’s Lobbyist Landlord Charged Twice As Much to Another GOP Lawmaker

"The reimbursement came after a watchdog group filed a complaint with the FEC last week alleging that Crapo’s fundraising events constituted illegal in-kind contributions to Crapo’s campaign by the LLC that technically owns the house. Corporations are legally barred from contributing to federal political campaigns."

Why California’s attorney general must stand up to solar companies

"In March, the attorney general of New Mexico filed a 17-count civil complaint against Vivint Solar that accused the company -- which sells and leases rooftop solar panels in California, New Mexico and other states – of fraud, racketeering and unfair business practices. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra would do well to follow New Mexico's lead."

Pruitt’s Capitol Hill Condo Fallout Hits a Republican Senator

"Committees for Idaho Republican Senator Mike Crapo hosted a series of campaign fundraisers at the crashpad used by Pruitt. But the committees didn’t report making any payments to the owner of the condo, according to the Campaign for Accountability, a watchdog group that has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission."

Why Did The EPA’S Scott Pruitt Suppress A Report On Corruption In Oklahoma?

"Whatever Pruitt’s original reason for suppressing the report, it now has national significance. 'This whole situation is about the way Pruitt handled alleged wrongdoing at one site,' said Stevens. 'He now oversees the entire Superfund program across the country. What does this mean about how he’s running the entire program?'"

Watchdog group calls for ‘whole story’ behind Scott Pruitt’s involvement in Superfund site scandal

"Suspicions are growing over Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt’s alleged involvement in covering up a possible crime at a hazardous waste site in his home state of Oklahoma. In response, a nonprofit watchdog group filed a lawsuit for more information in Oklahoma on Tuesday against the state’s attorney general."

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