House Dems OK ethics resolution over PMA Group

Crabtree, Susan
June 2009
Hill;6/4/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 64, p4
The article focuses on the approval of the House of Representative on the resolution requiring the House ethics committee to complete the investigation involving the misconduct practice of House members and employees in relation with PMA Group activities.


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