Marjorie Taylor Greene hit with FEC and House Ethics complaints

Marjorie Taylor Greene hit with FEC and House Ethics complaints
Marjorie Taylor Greene hit with FEC and House Ethics complaints
Marjorie Taylor Greene hit with FEC and House Ethics complaints over ad that slaps Senate Republican for voting for $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill The progressive group End Citizens United filed two complaints Tuesday against Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene The complaints are over an ad she stars in that slaps Senate Republicans for suporting the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill  End Citizens United filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission accusing her of violating campaign finance laws  The group argues Greene should have reported an in-kind contribution to her campaign when the ad ran on behalf of her leadership PAC  End Citizens United also filed a complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics saying Greene was doing official business with the ad  The ad slams '19 cowardly Republicans' for voting for the bill and urges supporters to call Congress and ask House Republicans to vote against it  

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The progressive group End Citizens United filed two complaints Tuesday against Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene over an ad she stars in that slaps Senate Republicans for supporting the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. 

End Citizens United filed complaints with the Federal Elections Commission and the Office of Congressional Ethics claiming Greene violated campaign finance laws and also used her campaign committee and leadership PAC for official Congressional activities. 

'Congresswoman Greene has shown a blatant disregard for the law and is engaging in corrupt Washington practices,' said End Citizens United President Tiffany Muller in a statement Tuesday. 'Using her leadership PAC in an attempt to get around federal law and regulations is both unethical and illegal. Both the FEC and OCE should immediately begin an investigation and hold her accountable for her self-serving and shady practices.'   

The progressive group End Citizens United filed two complaints Tuesday against Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene over an ad she stars in that slaps Senate Republicans for supporting the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill

The progressive group End

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