Ethics probe: Congressman’s Taiwan trip likely broke the law

2845Logo e1354323738840 Ethics probe: Congressman’s Taiwan trip likely broke the law

A congressional ethics investigation into a Democratic representative’s trip to Taiwan found “substantial reason to believe” the trip violated federal law because it was paid for by the Taiwanese government.

The investigation was launched following a ProPublica story on the 2011 trip by Rep. Bill Owens, D-N.Y., and his wife. The probe was conducted by the Office of Congressional Ethics, an independent body made up of former members of Congress and other citizens that can make recommendations to the official House ethics committee.

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Ethics probe: Congressman’s Taiwan trip likely broke the law


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