Ethics in Government

The end of public campaign finance? Senate approves referendum to repeal standing law
Voters may get to repeal a provision ceding matching funds for candidates that agree to hard money spending limits. Read More.
Palm Beach County GOP faces friction, unhappiness with chair as 2024 elections loom
Palm Beach County Republicans are struggling to resolve internal problems, and dissatisfaction with new chairman at the outset of 2024 election year. Read More.
Florida Senate committee recommends multiple executive appointments
The Florida Senate Committee on Ethics and Elections recommended a number of executive appointments Monday. Read More.
'Squad' member Jamaal Bowman under fire for fundraising with 'anti-Israel' Rashida Tlaib as he faces challenge from moderate
Embattled “Squad” member Rep. Jamaal Bowman is being roundly criticized by pro-Israel activists for forming a joint fundraising committee with Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib. Read More.
Unveiling the Biden Americore Connection: A Probe into Presidential Ethics
Explore the intricate narrative of the Biden-Americore controversy, shedding light on alleged ethical breaches and the scrutiny of presidential integrity. Delve into the political repercussions and the broader discourse on ethical governance in public office. Read More.
DESPERATE DEMS: Blue Cities Overrun by Migrants Used COVID Cash to Support Illegals; Report
According to a Fox News report, blue cities and states inundated with migrants from the southern border tapped COVID-19 relief cash in order to support the influx of illegals. Read More.
Feds deliver stark warnings to state election officials ahead of November
Federal law enforcement and cybersecurity officials are warning the nation’s state election administrators that they face serious threats ahead of November’s presidential election. Read More.
Eight is enough? Local term limits push continues in Legislature
County Commissioners may have political decisions to make soon. Read More.
Evidence found to charge 2 Riviera Beach council members with battery
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office found enough evidence to charge Riviera Beach council members Tradrick McCoy and Douglas Lawson with simple battery. Read More.
Local officials and municipalities challenge a Florida financial disclosure law
Municipalities and dozens of local elected officials from across Florida filed state and federal lawsuits challenging a new law that requires the officials to disclose detailed info about their personal finances. Read More.
Flight delay forces two South Florida members of Congress to miss Mayorkas impeachment vote
U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel fully intended to vote against the Republicans’ impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Read More.
Ex-Matt Gaetz associate cooperating in House Ethics investigation: Sources
Joel Greenberg, a one-time close friend of Rep. Matt Gaetz, is cooperating with the House Ethics Committee probe into the Florida congressman, sources tell ABC News. Read More.
Biden's campaign joins TikTok, even as administration warns of national security concerns
President Joe Biden's 2024 campaign is now on TikTok, even though he has expressed national security concerns over the platform and banned it on federal devices Read More.
Biden slaps new int'l law requirements on nations receiving U.S. military aid
President Joe Biden has issued a national security memorandum requiring foreign governments receiving U.S. military aid to provide written assurance the assistance will be used in compliance with international law. Read More.

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