Abramoff Probes Keep Lawyers Busy

Stone, Peter H.
April 2005
National Journal;4/30/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 18, p1325
Reports on the impact of the congressional and federal investigations of former lobbyist Jack Abramoff and Michael Scanlon, former spokesman for Representative Tom DeLay on white-collar legal community in Washington, D.C. Overview of the investigations; Information on the ethics controversies being faced by DeLay.


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