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Members of Congress should use the scarce funding allocated to them instead of playing politics with resources that could be spent on serving their constituents, McGehee and Neikrie write.

Why the ‘virtue signaling’ of unspent congressional office funds hurts constituents

Workers install more robust fencing along the east side of the  Capitol on Jan. 7, a day after a pro-Trump mob attacked the building.

Securing the Capitol shouldn’t mean it becomes a fortress

Intimidating the IRS and Protecting ‘Dark Money’ Groups | Commentary

McGehee: Office of Congressional Ethics Is a Singular Success

McGehee: STOCK Act’s Anti-Corruption Provisions Are Needed

McGehee: Political Ads on Ethics May Not Be a Bad Sign

McGehee: Even With NRA Fix, DISCLOSE Act Worth Voting For

McGehee: McConnell Should Heed Past Disclosure Rhetoric

McGehee: Three Scenarios Now Possible on Election Spending

Break the Link Between Earmarks, Contributions

Campaign Money Game Casts Pall Over Lobbyists

Our Democracy Is Stronger With More Competition

Tear Up the FEC to Create a New, Efficient Agency

Break Provides No Breakthrough on FEC Standoff

Bad-Mouthing Aside, Ethics Law Is a Step Forward

Why Subpoena Power Is Key to Real Ethics Reform

House Must Give Outside Ethics Panel Some Teeth

Ethics Reform Still Has a Long Way to Go

Will Ethics Suggestions Be Real or Cosmetic?

Drain the Swamp Before More End Up Like Ney