Obama lays out rules for ethics

Youngman, Sam; Crabtree, Susan
November 2008
Hill;11/12/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 124, p4
The article reports that President-elect Barack Obama's transition team laid out ethics rules for the changeover which is expected to be the strictest, most far-reaching ethics rules of any transition in history.


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