House Ethics Committee quietly removes disclosure requirement

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Updated: 7/09/2014 4:09 pm
WASHINGTON, D.C. ( & KRNV) -- Members of Congress are required to file campaign, financial and ethics disclosures, so the public can review them to see if an elected official is influenced by outside individuals or organizations.

For nearly 40 years, it's been required that members of Congress must include on their public disclosure reports all free travel that is given to them.

Until now.

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Speed - 7/10/2014 12:01 AM
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GOSH!!! What a surprise! Well,THESE "Politicians" effectively just retired. America must make damned sure they're ALL out of office at the next opportunity!

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