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Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., talks with guests during a Pro-Choice Caucus event in the Cannon Building’s Speaker Nancy Pelosi Caucus Room marking one year since the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision on Friday, June 23, 2023. The Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs overturned the national right to abortion on June 24, 2022. House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., appears at right.

Chronicling one year of the post-Dobbs world

House Ethics to Formally Investigate Andrews, Don Young

Craig’s Use of Campaign Funds to Pay for Legal Defense Questioned

Ney Says New Book Isn’t About Settling Scores but Moving On

Ethics Committee Issues New Disclosure Forms for Privately Sponsored Trips

Bob Ney Eyes The Monocle for Book Event

As Sequester Begins, Republicans Open Door to Long-Term Deficit Deal

Romney Says Obama Is Not Leading

Has Power Tipped in Favor of High Court?

Justices Weigh Whether Voting Rights Law Is Outdated

Republicans Advocate Same-Sex Marriage Rights in Court Filing

Messaging Ramps Up Before Key Voting Rights Case

Voting Rights Act at Risk?

Obama’s Voting Initiative Greeted With Skepticism

Menendez’s Ties to Donors Under Further Scrutiny

Watchdogs Square Off With Lawyers Over Ethics Rules

Obama to Create Bipartisan Commission on Voting Problems

Lawmakers Use State of the Union Guests to Embody Talking Points

Ex-Rep. Jackson Reported to Admit to Campaign Finance Violations in Plea Deal

Menendez Plays Defense Against Increasing Reports

Ethics Committee Will Continue Reviewing Schock, Owens Matters

Aides Take Advantage of Rules to Extend Trips

Attorneys Want Public Input on Ethics Office Rules Changes

Menendez Problems Grow With News Report

Ethics Office Opened 32 Cases During 112th Congress

Ethics Announcements on Hold Until Committee Reorganizes

Ethics Panel Requires Added Disclosure of Funds, Accounts

House Leaders Make Appointments to Keep Independent Ethics Board Running

Outside Groups Spent Big on Congressional Travel

Corker Raises Questions About Hagel’s ‘Temperament’

Citing Flawed Process, Lawyers Call for Changes in Ethics Office Inquiries

House Ethics Reviewed 96 Cases During 112th

House Ethics Ends Countrywide Loan Probe

House Ethics Amends Private Travel Rules

Ethics Committee Finds Berkley Broke House Rules

House Ethics Closes Gift Case Involving Meeks

House Names Conaway as Ethics Chairman

Outside Groups Weigh In on Same-Sex Marriage Cases

House Ethics Confirms Cases of Owens, Schock

Not-So-Prime Real Estate For Watchdog Groups

Empty Ethics Posts Draw Critics’ Ire

Supreme Court Will Hear Same-Sex Marriage Cases

Boxer Proposes Federal Standards for Polling Places

McDermott Trip Sets Travel Record

Treasurer to California Democrats Sentenced to 8 Years for Embezzlement

Report Concludes Reyes Likely Misused Campaign Account

House Ethics Circulates Advice on Holiday Gifts, Job Negotiations

Supreme Court Won’t Hear Ex-Congressman’s Bid to Vacate Bribery Conviction

House Ethics Committee Confirms Probe of Grimm

Senator Urges Republicans to Fill Election Commission Vacancies