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The Revolving Door and High Flying Conflicts of Hensarling’s House Financial Services Committee
New report details revolving door between committee and industry, staff raking in benefits from industry they’re paid to oversee.
Memo to Media: Congress Must Investigate Its Payday Problem
The actions of these Congressmen cast a shadow of serious impropriety over their tenure in the House of Representatives and must be investigated.
Ring of Fire: “Cheaper by the Dozen” Payday Lending Report Discussed
Allied Progress executive director Karl Frisch appeared on the 10/11/2015 broadcast of radio’s nationally syndicated Ring of Fire to discuss the organizations new report detailing suspiciously timed campaign contributions from payday lenders to a dozen Congressmen.
Ethics Complaint Filed Against 11 Congressmen Alleging Collusion with Payday Lenders
Today, Campaign for Accountability asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate 11 members of Congress for possible criminal and ethics violations by accepting contributions from the payday lending industry shortly before or after taking official actions in support of the industry.
The Zero Hour: “Cheaper by the Dozen” Payday Lending Report Discussed
Allied Progress executive director Karl Frisch appeared on the 10/03/2015 broadcast of radio’s The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow to discuss the organization’s new report detailing suspiciously timed contributions from payday lenders to a dozen Congressmen.
Report Reveals Suspiciously Timed Contributions from Payday Lenders to Key Members of Congress
Allied Progress details how twelve Congressmen were showered with thousands of dollars in campaign cash by payday lenders within days of taking official actions to benefit the industry.
Allied Progress on House Energy And Commerce Committee Vote: “Bought and Paid for by Big Oil”
Members who voted to lift crude oil export ban have taken $11.5 million from the oil and gas industry throughout their congressional careers.