The watchdog says the official’s actions may have violated federal ethics laws and Biden’s ethics pledge.
Nicholas Sherman, Just the News
A political ethics watchdog on Monday called for an Office of the Inspector General to look into possible ethics violations by a Bureau of Land Management official.
Protect the Public’s Trust, an ethics watchdog, is asking for the investigation of Bureau of Land Management Deputy Director of Policy and Programs Nada Culver. The group alleges Culver participated in matters related to Public Land Orders that may have violated federal ethics laws.