Submitted by NLPC Staff on Sun, 06/23/2013 - 07:18
New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez and a married New Jersey woman named Cecelia Reynolds traveled to Puerto Rico in 2007, where they were guests at the Governor's beach house, owned by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Photographic evidence appears to place them both at the beach house, and on the nearby beach, which is private and closed to the public.
It is not known how they traveled to Puerto Rico. In January, Menendez said he reimbursed $58,500 to Salomon Melgen, his largest political donor, for two private jet trips to the Caribbean, a substantial portion of his net worth. At the time Menendez said that there were no other trips.
Submitted by NLPC Staff on Tue, 06/04/2013 - 20:55
In the fall of 2011 the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) submitted Freedom of Information requests to the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service following an announcement that the administration was investigating homebuilders in an attempt to bolster union membership at the expense of housing sector jobs.
To read article by John Ransom at Townhall.com, click here.
Submitted by NLPC Staff on Tue, 05/14/2013 - 10:30
Thank you, Governor Cuomo, for giving a name to the epidemic of corruption that's coming to light in New York, much of it exposed by the National Legal and Policy Center. We don't even have an office or staff in the state. The graft is so rampant that we spotted it from hundreds of miles away by reviewing public documents and with, of course, help from some of the few honest people on the ground.
Cuomo yesterday told Susan Arbetter, a reporter with public broadcasting station WCNY:
Submitted by NLPC Staff on Tue, 04/09/2013 - 17:29
March 29, 2013- Mark Modica, Associate Fellow of the National Legal and Policy Center, debated Dan Weiss, Sr. Fellow of the Center for American Progress. Host is Gerri Willis of the Willis Report on Fox Business Network. Below is a transcript: