• Americans deserve the truth and nothing but

    The American people cannot fully determine the extent of Russian involvement in our 2016 elections and presidential obstruction until they have read the full unredacted Mueller report. Read our statement.

  • Medicare for All enters both chambers

    With single payer bills now introduced in both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, Medicare for All inches closer to a reality. Learn about what you can do in your community.  

  • Education Department blocks Public Citizen's website

    The Education Department's blocking of visitors and employees from accessing Public Citizen’s website through the department’s guest Wi-Fi and internal networks is a clear violation of the First Amendment, a Public Citizen lawsuit says. Learn more

  • D.C. bill would ensure constituent funds are spent on constituents

    The push to reform constituent services funds in D.C. follows a Public Citizen report that found that some elected officials are using these funds in unethical ways. Read the Washington Post story. 

  • Protesters on bikes expose Bernhardt's swampiness

    On bikes, Public Citizen brings attention to the Interior Secretary nominee David Bernhardt's fondness of the fossil fuel, mining and water industries. Learn more about this action