'Obama needs to come clean about relationship with disgraced organization' Posted: September 25, 2009 ~ 12:45 am Eastern © 2009 WorldNetDaily A public interest law firm has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Housing and Urban Development to obtain records concerning federal grants provided to ACORN. Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, or HUD, July 17. HUD confirmed receipt of the request but failed to abide by its own extended deadline even after Judicial Watch agreed to limit the scope of the request to only seven states – California, Texas, Washington, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Arkansas and Louisiana. Now, Judicial Watch has announced it filed a lawsuit against HUD Sept. 23 seeking the following records:RELATED VIDEO: I'll just call this "OBAMACORN" RELATED STORY: Unearthed! Obama's twisted ACORN roots
- All documents concerning money given to ACORN and/or any of its affiliates since January 2000.
HUD has failed to produce the records or indicate if and when they will be available. [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE]
- All documents concerning actions and disbarments against ACORN, for reasons including but not limited to abuse of grant money, misconduct, etc., since January 2000.
Friday, September 25, 2009