In American Oversight’s fight for records related to the deaths of people held in immigration detention, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has lifted redactions on nearly 80 pages of public documents.
From the Pentagon’s deleted Jan. 6 text messages to new information about top Trump officials’ efforts to overturn the election, this week underscored the importance of following the digital paper trail.
Records released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in response to American Oversight’s request for Medical Payment Authorization Request (MedPAR) denials from Adelanto from December 1, 2018 to the date the search is conducted. This request is also seeking MedPAR approval and denial analysis and related clinical guidance.
A Wisconsin court has ordered the state Assembly’s election investigation to stop deleting records. Meanwhile, new details have emerged about congressional leaders’ initial response to the Jan. 6 attack.
Our fight for records from election reviews isn’t just about transparency — it’s also about exposing the blatantly partisan and dangerously anti-democratic motivations behind those sham investigations.
Records released by U.S Department of Agriculture in response to American Oversight’s request for records related to the 2018 and 2019 farm bailouts, particularly records related to meetings with or guidance from White House about farm bailouts..