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Senate Ethics Committees

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The Hill
Expect more bad behavior until Congress cleans up ethics rulesduty to punish and expel members of Congress when they act unethically. The mos
The Hill / Posted 8 days ago
duty to punish and expel members of Congress when they act unethically. The most critical function of the House and Senate Ethics Committees is to adjudicate allegations of misconduct against fellow lawmakers and staff that come before them.... Read more
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Roll Call
Hill Staffers Get New Resource in Sexual Harassment Disputes: Their Predecessorsfiling a lawsuit or having their stories circulated in the press. That includes
Roll Call / Posted 17 days ago
filing a lawsuit or having their stories circulated in the press. That includes lodging complaints with the House and Senate Ethics committees or writing letters to party leaders to alert them to the situation. Les Alderman, another workplace... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Ethics panel met for three hours on Rosenberg, approved confidentiality motionits investigation in December, but closed that meeting after making opening sta
Lowell Sun / Posted 23 days ago
its investigation in December, but closed that meeting after making opening statements. Over the years, the House and Senate Ethics Committees have typically held closed deliberations. The Legislature is not subject to the open meeting law.... Read more

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