For Immediate Release House response to lobbying scandal: maintain the status quo

Posted on April 18, 2006

Common Cause

League of Women Voters

Public Interest Research Group (PIRG)

Against the backdrop of one of the most serious congressional ethics scandals in history, the House of Representatives is scheduled on April 25 to pass a so-called ethics and lobby reform bill that not only fails to meaningfully address the still-unraveling scandal, but seems to disguise ways of maintaining the status quo.

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Office: Common Cause National

Issues: Ethics

Tags: Congressional Ethics

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