Topic: Congress

FOIA Request to Federal Housing Finance Agency Communications with House Financial Services Committee

May 9, 2017
Communications with the House Financial Services Committee regarding proposed legislation or administrative actions.

Letter to Senator Grassley: Renew Leadership on Ethics and Transparency

May 5, 2017
American Oversight sent a letter this week to Senator Chuck Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, calling on him to ensure that ethics waivers given to Trump administration officials are released to the public.

FOIA Request to Treasury Department Communications with House Financial Services Committee

May 5, 2017
FOIA seeking communications with House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling or other committee members or staff regarding financial regulation legislation.

FOIA Request to OMB Any Memo Sent to Congressional Republicans About Affordable Care Act

May 4, 2017
Copy of any memo sent from the administration to Congressional Republicans regarding potential regulatory actions related to the Affordable Care Act.

FOIA Request to HHS Any Memo Sent to Congressional Republicans About Affordable Care Act

May 4, 2017
Copy of any memo sent from the administration to Congressional Republicans regarding potential regulatory actions related to the Affordable Care Act.

FOIA Request to Treasury Department Communications with Congress over Health Care Reform

May 4, 2017
Communications between Treasury or the IRS and Congress relating to health care reform.

FOIA Request to OMB Communications with Congress Over Health Care Reform

May 4, 2017
Communications with Congress relating to health care reform, dating from March 15, 2017 onward.

FOIA Request to HHS Communications with Congress over Health Care Reform

May 4, 2017
Communications with Congress relating to health care reform, dating from March 15, 2017 onward.

Statement on Intelligence Committee Chairman Nunes’ Actions

March 22, 2017
"The job of Congress is to provide thoughtful, responsible oversight of the executive branch. Chairman Nunes' decision to brief the subject of multiple ongoing intelligence investigations is not only unprecedented, it's unethical."