Appearances, Publications & Speeches
- Feb 10, 2017
CLC General Counsel Larry Noble appeared on a CNN panel with Don Lemon to discuss President Trump's unethical Nordstrom tweet.
- Jan 27, 2017
Campaign Legal Center General Counsel Larry Noble appeared on CNN to discuss the appearance of conflict regarding PResident Trump and the increased fees at Mar-A-Lago resort.
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.
- Jan 11, 2017
CLC General Counsel Larry Noble spoke on a panel addressing President-elect Donald Trump's conflicts of interest following Trump's press conference.
- Jul 14, 2016
The role of corporate money has become so obscene that in the 2016 election, a corporationnot financially supporting political conventions is apparently a newsworthy case of “man bites dog. But given the longstanding federal ban on corporate support for nominating conventions, why are corporations in the business of paying for our political conventions at all? That’s the subject of the Campaign Legal Center’s report, Funding the Presidential Nominating Conventions: How a Trickle of Private Money Turned into a Flood. Over the years, the Federal Election Commission has shredded the laws that explicitly ban corporate spending on conventions. Now, corporate interests and wealthy individuals gain political access and influence over government officials by spending tens of millions of dollars to fund nominating conventions. The public is rightfully discouraged and disgusted by how they are being shut out of their democracy. Public funding of the conventions was the right idea that was undermined by the FEC and eventually Congress.
- Nov 21, 2015
We wanted to bring to your attention the op-ed below which ran in The Washington Post over the weekend. It was written by Campaign Legal Center General Counsel Larry Noble who questions the claims by a pro-Hillary Clinton Super PAC that it can legally coordinate with the Clinton Campaign.