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Ethics watchdog: ‘Substantial reason to believe’ Rep. Jackson improperly used campaign funds

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The Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) said it found “substantial reason to believe” Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Texas) used campaign funds for membership dues and other services at a social club in his home state.
1 month ago·Washington, United States

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Jackson may have violated federal law by using campaign funds to pay for private dining club

GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson may have violated federal law by using campaign funds to pay for "unlimited access" to a private dining club in Texas, according to a review by a House advisory panel, referring the matter for further investigation.

1 month ago·Atlanta, United States
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New York Times

Ronny Jackson Used Campaign Funds for Exclusive Club, Ethics Office Alleges

The office said the House Republican from Texas may have broken campaign finance regulations. It also said Representative Alex X. Mooney, Republican of West Virginia, may have acted improperly.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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The Washington Post

Ethics panel opens investigation into GOP's Madison Cawthorn

The House Ethics Committee is investigating allegations that Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn had a conflict of interest in a cryptocurrency he promoted and engaged in an improper relationship with a member of his staff

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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The Hill

Ethics watchdog: ‘Substantial reason to believe’ Rep. Jackson improperly used campaign funds

The Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) said it found “substantial reason to believe” Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Texas) used campaign funds for membership dues and other services at a social club in hi…

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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KRDO

Jackson may have violated federal law by using campaign funds to pay for private dining club, report finds

By Annie Grayer and Manu Raju, CNNGOP Rep. Ronny Jackson may have violated federal law by using campaign funds to pay for “unlimited access” to a private dining club in Texas, according to a review by a House advisory panel, referring the matter for further investigation.The Office of Congressional Ethics is asking the House Committee on Ethics to launch an investigation into Jackson’s use of campaign funds after its review found “substantial re…

1 month ago
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The Daily Caller

Rep. Ronny Jackson Investigated For Using Campaign Funds For ‘Personal Use’, Violating Federal Law

The Office of Congressional Ethics released a statement Monday after finding evidence that Rep. Jackson used campaign funds to buy his way into a members club. 

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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