Legal Actions

January 11, 2021

CfA Calls for Ethics Investigation Into Rep. Morris Brooks for Potentially Inciting A Riot and Committing Seditious Conspiracy

Today, Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) requesting an investigation into whether Representative Morris “Mo” Brooks (R-AL) violated federal law and House rules by inciting a riot as part of a seditious conspiracy to use force to prevent Congress from carrying out its constitutional and statutory duties to count the votes of the Electoral College.

August 19, 2020

CfA Calls for Investigation of Wisconsin State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos for Non-Disclosure of Real Estate Properties

Today, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter to the Administrator of the Wisconsin Ethics Commission, Daniel A. Carlton Jr., requesting the Commission open an investigation to determine whether the Speaker of the Wisconsin State Assembly, Robin Vos, violated the state’s Code of Ethics for State Public officials by failing to disclose several properties he has owned.

August 4, 2020

Campaign for Accountability Asks Veterans Affairs IG to Investigate Possible Improper Influence by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Contract Award for VA Clinic

Today, Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with the Inspector General of the Department of Veterans Affairs asking for an investigation into whether House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) unduly interfered in the award of a contract to build a new VA clinic within his district in Bakersfield, California.

July 30, 2020

CfA Calls on IRS and State Agencies to Investigate Ned Ryun and American Majority for Financial Impropriety

CfA submitted a complaint to the IRS, the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions, and the Office of the Attorney General of California calling for an investigation into whether the 501(c)(3) nonprofit American Majority Inc (AM) and its related 501(c)(4), American Majority Action Inc (AMA), violated their tax exempt status and federal and state laws by spending more than 50 percent of expenses on political purposes, submitting inaccurate information to regulators, and executing inappropriate transactions with related parties.

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