Congressional Ethics Committees Yield Little Punishment

Yet critics say that these committees present a challenge to the Obama administration's efforts to create more transparency in the ethics process.

"It is a blight on Congress that they talk about ethics and then do nothing about it," Sloan said. "They only view ethics as a way to score political points not as something they truly care about."

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