Nice try, Sen

August 2007
Hill;8/2/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 95, p14
The article reports on the explanation made by Senator Trent Lott regarding the overhaul of ethics bill in the U.S. The bill aimed at restricting members of Congress to accept gifts from companies that hire lobbyists. The bill was in the final passage in the Senate. According to Lott, not every lawmaker considered press attention as gifts.


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