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How Congress Protects Its Own
03-31-2019, 08:17 AM,
How Congress Protects Its Own
How Congress Protects Its Own

<p>By <a rel="nofollow" href="">Luke Rosiak</a> -</p>
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<p>Analysis — Members of Congress have increasingly remained in office for decades. Congress has designed its bureaucracy to protect incumbents, shielding them from punishment for misconduct and cloaking the institution’s dirty laundry in secrecy. Even members of opposite parties do not go after each other for ethics issues, part of ...</p>
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