Ethics Group Fought To Gain Access To Mar-a-Lago Visitors Log, And Won

The government watchdog group, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (or CREW), have been trying to make the visitor logs for the White House, Trump Tower, and Mar-a-Lago made public. Beginning this fall, they’ll see some progress to that end.
On Monday morning, the group announced that the Department of Homeland Security will be turning over visitor logs for President Trump’s Florida club, Mar-a-Lago by September 8, 2017. They, in turn, intend to make the information public.
CREW was one of several organizations that have sued to see just who the Trump administration is entertaining. The National Security Archive and the Knight First Amendment Institute have also been on a mission to gain more transparency from Trump.
Mar-a-Lago is a start. DHS says there are no records of who visits Trump Tower, and Trump has refused to turn over visitor logs for the White House.
To be fair, CREW took the same fight

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