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October 31, 2017
Therefore, OPM will wait until any appellate activity has concluded before taking appropriate action regarding Representative Fattah's benefits.” No doubt, other politicians facing corruption charges are taking notes. This includes former Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Fla, who was found guilty of fraud and taxÃÂ ...
August 4, 2017
Although Trump hasn't officially endorsed Renacci, who was an early booster of Trump's presidential bid, Vice President Mike Pence traveled with the congressman in late June and said, “I was with Jim Renacci before it was cool.” Pence's kind words quickly made it into a Renacci fundraising appeal.
June 26, 2017
The scandal captivated Washington, sparked an overhaul of federal lobbying laws in 2007 and led to 20 convictions or guilty pleas including from former Rep. Bob Ney, R-Ohio. Since his 2010 prison release, Abramoff has become known as an activist for overhauls to lobbying and campaign finance laws.
January 2, 2017
Abramoff and his clients had used campaign donations and favors to sway members, including former Rep. Bob Ney (R-Ohio), who served 30 months in prison, and a number of staffers. Their idea was that an outside agency of sorts could take up a more robust oversight of members. Republicans, howeverÃÂ ...
March 11, 2015
In an interview with the News4 I-Team, former U.S. Congressman Robert W Ney (R-Ohio), convicted and imprisoned in 2007 for exchanging official government acts for gifts, issued warnings to McDonnell about life in federal prison as a famous elected official. Ney, who served a two-year prison sentence,ÃÂ ...
March 8, 2013
Wednesday night Bob Ney, the only Congressman convicted in the 2006 Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal, spoke two blocks from the Capitol at the old politicos hangout, the Monocle. A C-SPAN duo and crowd of twenty to thirty gathered around the 5'8'' 58 year-old to hear about his new book, Sideswiped:ÃÂ ...
September 17, 2006
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Republican Rep. Bob Ney of Ohio pleaded guilty Friday to federal charges in the congressional investigation into corruption and bribery involving disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, according to the Justice Department. Ney pleaded guilty to conspiracy and making false statementsÃÂ ...
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