Make Access Records Available to Lead American Government Openness Act
Bill Number: HR-1711
Failed to pass House
The bill will not become law.
A bill to require the disclosure of certain visitor access records.
Ways this bill is referred to
This bill is referred to as the MAR-A-LAGO (acronym for Make Access Records Available to Lead American Government Openness) Act.
Mar-A-Lago is the name of the Florida resort owned by President Donald Trump, where he has spent a large amount of time conducting official business of the United States.
There is a companion bill in the Senate - S-721.
This bill would require the president to disclose the names of visitors to the White House and other places that the president regularly conducts official U.S. business.
Situations that would cause concerns regarding personal privacy, law enforcement, and national security would have less stringent requirements.
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This bill expired when the 115th Congress ended in Jan. 2019.