Current Action Alerts

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Keep Fraud Out of the Coronavirus Crisis

Billions of dollars in federal spending has now been authorized to combat the Coronavirus outbreak. It’s an unprecedented response – and one that’s creating enormous opportunities for waste, fraud and abuse. We need action now to ensure accountability.

Take a Stand for Federal Whistleblower Protections

Over the past few months, we have seen unprecedented attacks on the rights of federal employee whistleblowers. Three key policy actions are needed now to strengthen protections for federal whistleblowers.

Support the Wildlife Conservation & Anti-Trafficking Act

It's now been over a year since Congressmen John Garamendi (D-CA) and Don Young (R-CA) introduced the Wildlife Conservation & Anti-Trafficking Act, a landmark bill that would be the powerful anti-trafficking legislation of our generation.

Make Protecting the Ukraine Whistleblowers a Priority

Our entire system of whistleblower protections is under threat following public threats of reprisals against the two Ukraine whistleblowers. This goes beyond partisan politics. It’s critical that the President uphold his legal responsibilities to protect the whistleblowers.

Protect SEC Whistleblowers

The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced proposed changes that would undermine its extremely successful whistleblower program. It’s critical that these changes are not implemented. They would cause grievous damage to one of the best whistleblower programs in the country.

Pass the Whistleblower Programs Improvement Act

Senator Chuck Grassley has introduced a new bill, the Whistleblower Programs Improvement Act (WPIA), that will clarify the scope of protection for securities and commodities whistleblowers, effectively overturning the disastrous Digital Realty decision. We must see this legislation passed.

Hold Facebook Accountable For Hate and Terror Content

Several anonymous whistleblowers have come forward and exposed a shocking pattern of criminal activity on Facebook, and it’s time for Congress the Securities and Exchange Commission to take action.

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