The League joined other reform groups to support S. 2754, the Lobbying and Campaign Finance Reform Act of 2014. The legislation, introduced by Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO), would limit the ability of lobbyists to use bundled contributions to obtain undue influence with members of Congress.

On February 13, the League and other reform groups sent a letter to the Office of Congressional Ethics urging them to stand fast on the commissions current Rules of Procedure.

The League sent a follow up letter to Speaker Boehner and Minority Leader Pelosi in support of the continued operation of the Office of Congressional Ethics.

The League joined coalition partners in requesting a meeting with Speaker of the House, John Boehner, to discuss the Office of Congressional Ethics.

The League joined with coalition partners in sending a letter to House Speaker Boehner and Minority Leader Pelosi expressing support for the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) and urging them to ensure its uninterrupted operations in the next Congress by reactivating the agency and appointing the necessary board members.

The League joined coalition partners in asking members of the U.S. House to honor new congressional ethics rules prohibiting Members from participating in parties at the national nominating conventions that are paid for by lobbyists or lobbying organizations and are held to “honor” the Members.

The League Calls on US House to pass the bipartisian "Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge" (STOCK) Act

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Lamar Smith, House Judiciary Chair and John Conyers, Ranking Minority Member endorsing HR 2572, the Clean Up Government Act of 2011. HR 2572 would restore important tools for federal prosecutors fighting public corruption.

The League and coalition groups sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging them to oppose an amendment that would gut the Office of Congressional Ethics.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to the leadership of the House Ethics committee urging the committee to appoint outside counsel in the investigation into ethics violations by Representative Maxine Waters.

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