Press — House Ethics
By blatantly lying to the public when confronted about an inappropriate sexual relationship with a patient, the Tennessee congressman violated House rules. Read More ›
The Oversight Committee Chairman's latest misdeeds involve using government resources to produce a campaign-style video attacking President Obama. Read More ›
November 8, 2012 | House Ethics, Requests for Investigation, Ethics, Office of Congressional Ethics, House, House Oversight Committee, Legal, House Ethics, Republicans, States, California, Press Releases, House Members, Darrell Issa
Darrell Issa once again used, or more accurately abused, the power of his chairmanship by publishing a rash of sensitive communications from the State Department.
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In the wake of Pete Visclosky's grand jury subpoena, once again we must ask if House counsel intends to stymie a criminal investigation. Read More ›