Looking at the history of the Office of Congressional Ethics
Last week, House Republicans passed a new set of governing rules for the chamber.
These rules will severely weaken the ability of the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) to investigate members of Congress suspected of wrongdoing.
We’ll look at the history of the OCE and what these new rules mean going forward.
- Azi Paybarah, National Reporter for The Washington Post
- James Thurber, Distinguished Professor, Department of Government at American University
- Jeffrey Seglin, Sr. Lecturer in Public Policy & Director of the Communications program at Harvard Kennedy School
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