Topic: Health Care

News Roundup: ‘Records Matter’

February 11, 2022
“The Presidential Records Act is critical to our democracy, in which the government is held accountable by the people,” Archivist of the United States David Ferriero said earlier this week. “Records matter.”

News Roundup: Cyber Ninjas CEO Sits for Deposition, Justice Department Investigating Fake Electors

January 28, 2022
The fake electoral certificates, copies of which were first uncovered by American Oversight last year, have remained a focus of efforts to unravel the full extent of the plot to subvert the 2020 election.

News Roundup: A Coordinated Coup Attempt

January 14, 2022
We’ve written a lot about the Big Lie’s evolution — from fear-mongering about voter fraud to the attempts to subvert the 2020 election, to the ongoing partisan election reviews — and the network of activists who have been keeping this anti-democratic movement alive.

Florida House of Representatives Email Communications Concerning Anti-Abortion Legislation

January 8, 2022
Records from the Florida House of Representatives in response to American Oversight's request for external communications with select outside individuals and entities concerning Senate Bill 8, an anti-abortion bill in Texas. These records include email communications regarding anti-abortion legislation between specific external groups and staffers of Florida Reps. Anthony Sabatini and Webster Barnaby.

South Carolina Governor’s Office Communications Concerning Anti-Abortion Legislation

December 29, 2021
Records from the South Carolina Office of the Governor in response to American Oversight's request for external communications with select outside individuals and entities concerning Senate Bill 8, an anti-abortion bill in Texas. These records included redacted email communications.

News Roundup: The Jan. 6 Committee and Mark Meadows, and the Latest in the Wisconsin Election Investigation

December 10, 2021
The Wisconsin election investigation continues to show its partisan and anti-democratic colors, while former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows takes an accountability-dodging page out of his old boss’s playbook. Here’s the latest news on threats to U.S. democracy — and how American Oversight is fighting to expose them.

Idaho Governor’s Office Communications Concerning Anti-Abortion Legislation

December 9, 2021
Records from the Idaho Office of the Governor in response to American Oversight's request for external communications with select outside individuals and entities concerning Senate Bill 8, an anti-abortion bill in Texas. These records include related constituent and staffer email communications.

News Roundup: Robin Vos and Michael Gableman’s Partisan Investigation

December 3, 2021
Wisconsin’s partisan election investigation got a dose of public accountability this week.

Nebraska Governor’s Office Communications Related to Recruitment Campaign Targeting Unvaccinated Nurses

November 24, 2021
Records from the Nebraska Governor's Office in response to American Oversight's request for emails sent by Gov. Pete Ricketts and other top officials containing key terms related to postcards mailed to Nebraska households in an effort to recruit unvaccinated nurses.