Investigation into Booster Seat Safety

In February 2020, Subcommittee Chair Raja Krishnamoorthi and Subcommittee Member Katie Porter launched an investigation into booster seat safety following 

Investigation of CEO Pay at For-Profit Colleges

In the 112th Congress, Ranking Member Elijah Cummings announced an investigation into the compensation packages of top executives at for-profit colleges.

Investigation of Cybersecurity

Ranking Member Cummings has been investigating the increasing number of cyberattacks for more than two years and has called for the Oversight Committee to hold hearings and obtain additional information about cyberattacks against retail companies, financial institutions, healthcare corporations,government contractors, and federal agencies

Investigation of Housing and Foreclosure Crisis

Ranking Member Cummings is regarded as one of the foremost national leaders fighting for the rights of homeowners and taxpayers alike. Ranking Member Cummings' wide ranging investigation examined illegal foreclosures, inflated fees, and other abuses against U.S. servicemembers and their families.

Investigation of IRS

In February 2012, former Chairman Darrell Issa and Subcommittee Chairman Jim Jordan asked the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) to conduct a review into concerns that the IRS was applying inappropriate scrutiny to certain applications for tax-exempt status. In May 2013, TIGTA issued its report and concluded that the IRS had used inappropriate criteria in determining tax-exempt status.

Investigation of Skyrocketing Prescription Drug Prices

Ranking Member Cummings became interested in the accessibility and affordability of prescription drugs after he received a heartfelt letter in 2011 from Brenda Frese, the women’s head basketball coach at the University of Maryland. Ms. Frese’s son was diagnosed with leukemia and treated with a chemotherapy drug called cytarabine, which at that time was on the FDA’s drug shortage list.

Investigation of the "Gray Market"

In the 112th Congress, Ranking Member Elijah E. Cummings launched an investigation into why hospitals and other health care providers have difficulty obtaining short-supply prescription drugs needed to treat patients suffering from cancer and other life-threatening conditions.

Investigation of Voter Suppression

As part of a broad effort to promote the integrity of our nation’s elections, Ranking Member Elijah E. Cummings launched an investigation into alleged efforts to suppress the vote through voter registration fraud and voter challenges.