Acting Chairman Bob Goodlatte and Acting Ranking Member John A. Yarmuth announce that the Committee on Ethics will hold a public hearing in the Matter of Representative Maxine Waters tomorrow, Friday, September 21, at 9:15 a.m. in Room 1310 of the Longworth House Office Building.
Pursuant to Committee Rule 7(g), the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Committee on Ethics (Committee) determined on August 31, 2012, to release the following statement:
Last Thursday, Congress passed S. 3510, which, when signed into law, would make two limited changes to the STOCK Act (S. 2038). Due to misleading press reports about S.
The Committee on Ethics in the Matter of Representative Maxine Waters has voted unanimously to extend the contract of William R. Martin as outside counsel to the Committee in this matter. That contract has been approved by the Committee on House Administration. Pursuant to the contract, Mr.
Pursuant to House Rule XI Clause 3(q)(2)(D), today the Chairman of the Committee on Ethics, Representative Jo Bonner, and the Ranking Member, Representative Linda T.
Pursuant to House Rule XI, Clause 3(b)(8)(A) and Committee Rules 17A(b)(1)(A) and 17A(c)(1), the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Committee on Ethics have jointly decided to extend the matter regarding Representative Robert Andrews, which was transmitted to the Committee by the Office of Congressional Ethics on April 2, 2012.
Pursuant to Committee Rule 7(g), the Committee on Ethics (Committee) determined on July 10, 2012, to release the following statement:
In accordance with Clause 3 of House Rule XI and Committee Rules 14(a)(3) and 18, the Committee on Ethics (the Committee) unanimously voted on June 29, 2012, to establish an investigative subcommittee.
Today, all 10 members of the Committee on Ethics in the Matter of Representative Maxine Waters sent the attached response to a letter received on June 7, 2012, from colleagues.
Today, acting Chairman Bob Goodlatte, and acting Ranking Member John Yarmuth, informed Representative Waters of the unanimous findings of the Committee on Ethics that no due process rights of Representative Waters have been violated by the Committee in the previous or current Congress.