Appearances, Publications & Speeches
- Feb 27, 2017
“This is a position the Department of Justice has taken, and taken seriously, for many years,” says Danielle Lang of the Campaign Legal Center in Washington, D.C., representing the plaintiffs. “It’s extraordinarily disappointing to see them make this 180 [degree turn].”
- Feb 24, 2017
Let's broaden this out. I've got Larry Noble with me. He's the General Counsel for the Campaign Legal Center and former General Counsel for the Federal Election Commission...
Larry, let me just ask you. Because the president has tweeted about this; and in tweeting about it sort of acknowledging that it happened, but comes down on the leaks.
He tweets: "The FBI is totally unable to stop the national security "leakers" that have permeated our government for a long time. They can't even find the leakers within the FBI itself. Classified information is being given to media that could have a devastating effect on the US."
So, he's fixating, Larry -- I want you to just respond to the fact that what he's fixating on is the leak.
- Feb 19, 2017
CLC Associate Counsel Brendan Fischer appeared on CTV to discuss President Trump's unprecedented early declaration of candidacy for 2020.
- Feb 13, 2017
CLC General Counsel Larry Noble spoke on WUWM regarding President Trump's appearance and potential for conflicts of interest.
- Feb 3, 2017
Ruth Greenwood with the Campaign Legal Center said Whitford v. Gill is significant because it establishes a clear-cut way to determine if a state's maps are gerrymandered. She said the fact that Wisconsin's maps were drawn in a way to unfairly benefit the party was enough for the three-judge panel to call it unconstitutional.
- Jan 18, 2017
While Washington and social media are all atwitter over the STOCK Act and the confirmation hearing of Health and Human Services secretary nominee, Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.), it is a provision in the House ethics rules that should receive attention today.
Why one expert says Tom Price’s stock deals ‘may very well have’ broken the law (The Washington Post)Jan 18, 2017
That means President-elect Donald Trump's pick to be health and human services secretary “may very well have” violated a 2012 law, the Stock Act, as well as other House ethics rules, said Larry Noble, general counsel for the nonpartisan ethics watchdog, the Campaign Legal Center, and former general counsel for the Federal Election Commission. Price is being grilled by Democratic senators Wednesday on this and his plans to play a major role in dismantling the Affordable Care Act.
- Jan 15, 2017
CLC General Counsel Larry Noble appeared on CNN to discuss how Trump handing over his business to Jared Kushner is not enough to resolve his conflicts of interest.
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