The Money Loophole: Congress-Style

A conference in Hawaii shows how congressmen can still hobnob with lobbyists.

The Money Loophole: Congress-Style

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Rep. Lungren wore a festive yellow Hawaiian shirt in his half-hour appearance before the AAAE. He was asked questions by AAAE's Senior Vice President Todd Hauptli, on the right, about politics and issues relating to the aviation industry.

The group did not directly pay lawmakers' travel expenses as they have done in years past. Instead it held fundraisers for the men, allowing them to bill their campaigns for the trip -- and recoup their expenses several times over. (ABC News)

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