Today, Campaign for Accountability requested the IRS and the Texas Attorney General’s office investigate whether key employees and directors of Texas-based nonprofit True the Vote, Inc. improperly diverted funds from the conspiratorial vote-monitoring group.
CfA Files IRS Complaint Against Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) for Violating IRS Law Prohibiting Political Activity
Today, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter to the IRS requesting an investigation into Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF)—a Texas-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit—for engaging in political campaign activity in violation of its tax-exempt status.
Watchdog Requests Investigation into Rep. Roger Williams for Abusing Position to Aid Long-Time Donor
Today, Campaign for Accountability called for the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate whether Rep. Roger Williams (R-TX) abused his position as a House Financial Services Committee member to influence the outcome of an ongoing bankruptcy case in favor of long-time donor Gary Martin.
Watchdog Calls for Ethics Investigation into Senators Hawley and Cruz for Potentially Inciting A Riot and Committing Seditious Conspiracy
Today, Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee requesting an investigation into whether Senators Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz knowingly spread 2020 presidential election misinformation motivating the rioters who stormed the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
"The [...] watchdog group Campaign for Accountability reported in March that the Heidi Group made several false statements on its federal application with Obria and exaggerated the number of patients it served at the time."
Watchdog Calls on TX AG to Direct Alcohol Commission to Release Records Concerning State Sen. Joan Huffman
On June 20, 2019, CfA called on the Texas Attorney General to direct the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission to release records regarding an incident at a nightclub partially owned by state Sen. Joan Huffman and her husband, Keith Lawyer.
"A watchdog organization is calling for a federal investigation into the Heidi Group, a controversial Texas anti-abortion group that is now accused of lying on its new application for family planning funds. This comes just months after the state health agency canceled the Heidi Group’s multimillion-dollar contracts after the group served a fraction of the patients it pledged to treat."
In late 2018, after the group faced numerous criminal complaints alleging mismanagement of taxpayer funds, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission finally canceled its health contracts with the Heidi Group, saying in an email to the Texas Tribune that “it has become clear that the Heidi Group is unable to come into compliance.”
"Positions on abortion are deeply-entrenched and hard to change. But people of good will across the abortion divide should be able to agree on at least two things: healthcare services should be provided by those with the necessary training and experience, and state money appropriated for healthcare services should be spent on providing those services."
"Campaign for Accountability, a nonpartisan group focused on government accountability and ethics, has also filed a complaint against the Heidi Group, saying it stole millions of dollars by taking funds for services they never intended to provide."