Democrat Rep. Rob Andrews (NJ-01) is resigning from the U.S. House of Representatives today. His resignation comes amid reports that he violated House ethics standards by using campaign cash for personal use.

The House Ethics Committee has been investigating Andrews for nearly a year, after he allegedly used campaign funds to pay for personal trips to Scotland and Los Angeles. He also has been accused of using his daughter’s graduation party to raise money for his campaign.The congressman’s campaign committee has been spending more than $200,000 on a legal defense team to help him in the inquiry, according to The Courier-Post, a newspaper in southern New Jersey.