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Dec 2, 2010 News Article
Watchdog groups are tapping into the Tea Party’s grassroots power in an attempt to preserve stronger ethics rules in Congress. Three influential taxpayer groups have joined forces with watchdogs to pressure incoming House GOP leaders not to weaken or shutter an independent ethics office.
Nov 17, 2010 News Article
WITH BIPARTISANSHIP so rare, it ought to be a good sign when Republicans and Democrats agree on something. But that's not the case when it comes to the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE)
Nov 15, 2010 News Article

As he approaches the duties of speaker of the House, Representative John Boehner is generously asking one and all for ideas on “how we can make this institution function again.” Mr.

Oct 15, 2010 Press Advisories
Leo J. Wise, the Staff Director and Chief Counsel of the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) in the U.S. House of Representatives, today announced that he will be leaving the OCE in November to join the United States Attorney's Office for
Aug 16, 2010 News Article
WASHINGTON — The number of ethics cases launched in Congress has jumped dramatically in the past year, putting a focus on allegations of misconduct by lawmakers heading into November's elections.
Aug 5, 2010 News Article
It's safe to say that Leo Wise has made more enemies than friends in his two years on Capitol Hill. But as staff director and general counsel of the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE), maybe that's the point.
Aug 5, 2010 News Article

House Republicans are chortling over the Democratic majority’s troubles with ethics allegations, but they also are ominously signaling their distaste for the Office of Congressional Ethics — the one new player on Capitol Hill with a clear determination to do something about the morass.

Jun 30, 2010 News Article

The good news from the House is that its new independent Office of Congressional Ethics is doing a strong enough job to prompt outcries from members whose behavior has come under scrutiny.

Jun 4, 2010 News Article
TALK ABOUT BLAMING the messenger. The newly created Office of Congressional Ethics
, an independent watchdog set up to review and, if warranted, forward ethics complaints to the official House ethics committee
May 17, 2010 News Article
The House Committee on Ethics released its report

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