Join us for a virtual conversation between CLC President Trevor Potter and Katherine M. Gehl about Gehl's new book.
An overview of what the Hatch Act is and how the White House has violated it during the Republican National Convention.
Trump delivering his RNC speech on the White House South Lawn would violate a law governing federal employees' political activity.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's actions at the United States Postal Service are threatening the voting rights of tens of millions of Americans.
History shows us that our generation must proactively seek ethics reforms if we want to have a stronger democracy.
Republican lawmakers remind President Trump and reassure the country that general election will be held on Nov. 3, 2020.
President Trump cannot delay the Nov 3., 2020 General Election because Congress has mandated that date by law.
Former U.S. Senate candidate Neal Simon shares 10 reforms to improve our democracy.
Join us virtually on July 22, 2020 from 2-3 PM Eastern for a conversation between CLC Vice President Paul Smith and Neal Simon.
Allowing presidential electors not vote in line with the people's will could give even more power to wealthy special interests.
All government employees should be held accountable for advancing their own financial interests at the expense of the public trust.
Transparency is a key first step in holding government accountable to citizens, so here is what states are doing to make our campaign finance disclosure regime reflects the current reality.
CLC launched "DemocracyU: A Toolkit for Action in Your Community" to help policymakers and concerned citizens learn more about solutions to the biggest threats to our democracy.
Bolton's new book outlines another alleged instance of Trump violating campaign finance law by seeking assistance from a foreign country's president.
In this time of crisis, the impartiality of the Department of Justice is vital, which is why Attorney General Bill Barr should be investigated.
Politicians defend free speech for the wealthy, well-connected few but stay silent regarding the state suppression of those protesting racial injustice.
Companies with ties to Trump should not be favored for the production of pandemic response supplies.
The public should have information on who is trying to influence our country's opinions, laws, and policies.
Lobbying efforts by wealthy special interests depleted coronavirus relief funds meant for small businesses.