Appearances, Publications & Speeches
- Apr 18, 2018
Larry Noble, Senior Director and General Counsel of the Campaign Legal Center, joins The Great Battlefield in regards to how campaign finance laws in America changed during his 13 years as the General Counsel to the FEC. He discusses how CLC is now taking legal action in that area, and many others, to protect the public interest.
CNN: Obama ethics director says he’s taking to the streets if Trump fires Robert Mueller or Rod RosensteinApr 12, 2018
Walter Shaub, CLC Senior Director, appeared on CNN in regards to Donald Trump potentially firing special counsel Robert Mueller.
The Hill: The Supreme Court must step in: Both major parties are testing American democracy by gerrymanderingMar 28, 2018
Partisan gerrymandering has recently grown far more acute and brazen. This has occurred because of a new strategy to manipulate the entire state delegation, rather than just helping or hurting individual friends or foes; and computer technology advances that let officials precisely manipulate district lines to guarantee one party or another protracted dominance of the delegation, notwithstanding the popular vote. According to University of Chicago Law Professor Nick Stephanopoulos, four of the five most partisan state legislative maps in the last 45 years were drawn since 2010, as were seven of the 10 most partisan state congressional maps. Americans know it's getting worse, because it is. On Wednesday, March 28 the Supreme Court will hear – for a second time this term – a case challenging the constitutionality of egregious partisan "bulk" gerrymandering, in this case by Democrats in Maryland.
- Mar 25, 2018
Larry Noble, CLC General Counsel and Senior Director, was interviewed by NPR in regards to the alleged Stormy Daniels and Donald Trump affair.
- Mar 6, 2018
The FEC has done nothing to address the tremendous and fundamental changes to our campaign system in recent years, from the rise of super PACs to new threats posed by untraceable money in online ads. The FEC has completely abdicated its responsibility to police super PACs and dark money groups like 501(c)(4)s, refusing to enforce current rules or put in place new rules to regulate their conduct.
Los Angeles Times: In any other presidency, our 'insufficiently accurate' secretary of Veterans Affairs would be goneFeb 28, 2018
On February 28, 2018, the Los Angeles Times published an op-ed by Walter Shaub, CLC Senior Director, in regards to VA Secretary David Shulkin’s ethics problems.