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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Watchdog groups say they now expect other members of Congress will begin to use the same newly discovered loophole in the ethics law.

Ellen Miller of the Sunlight Foundation said, "That is exactly what the bill was intended to stop. If the lobbyist is paying the campaign and the campaign is actually writing checks, it's a shell game. It is still lobbyist money influencing lawmakers." (ABC News)

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