Monday, May 30, 2005

Lawmakers Belatedly Disclose Trips

WASHINGTON -- Scrutiny of Majority Leader Tom DeLay's travel has led to the belated disclosure of at least 198 previously unreported special interest trips by House members and their aides, including eight years of travel by the second-ranking Democrat, an Associated Press review has found.

At least 43 House members and dozens of aides had failed to meet the one-month deadline in ethics rules for disclosing trips financed by organizations outside the U.S. government.

Alot of (D)umbassrats running to file ... are they still screaming loudly for ethics probes as they go?

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