The inside Ethics Committee has made it abundantly clear that it hates the Office of Congressional Ethics, suggesting that the office is out-of-touch and overly-aggressive and finding problems where none existWatchdog: House ethics enforcement patchy Oct 25, 2010
Senator Vitter knowingly kept this dangerous person on his staff through his drunk driving arrest in 2003 and his chilling domestic violence assault conviction in 2008Aide to La. senator resigns over charges Jun 23, 2010
The Senate Ethics Committee is going to have to really look at itExperts predict full inquiry into Ensign Oct 02, 2009
It is a combination of the intolerance of the organization's views, and the secrecy surrounding the organizationObama calls for return of civility Feb 04, 2010
The fact that the FBI is investigating makes clear that no one -- not even a powerful United States senator -- is above the lawProbe opened into Sen. Ensign's conduct Jan 20, 2010
Melanie Sloan (born 16 December 1965) is the Executive Director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a nonprofit government watchdog group. On November 19, 2010, Crew announced she was leaving CREW to join the lobbying firm of former White House Counsel Lanny Davis.
Sloan was born in Washington, D.C. to parents Lenoard S. Togman, who then worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, and Barbara Togman. However, Sloan grew up in Wilmington, Delaware, where her parents still reside. Her father is a lawyer "of counsel" (retired) with the law firm Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP.
Sloan is a graduate of Wilmington Friends School.