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WP Davis story hits the streets

As promised, the WP has it's story on Rep. Tom Davis in today's publication. I am just reading it. Frankly, it's long! It starts on Page One and then takes an entire spread inside... and I have to walk the dogs. So I'll get back to it after that. But for your own reading pleasure:

Rep. Davis Tied to Consultant [WP, 7.27.2006]
Firm that provides clients access to congressman is owned by his friend, employs his wife.

Ethics Committee Letter to Davis (pdf)

Official Resisted Procurement Changes

Congress to Adopt Scaled-Down Lobbying Rules

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jul 28, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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