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House Ethics Panel Tells Rep. Duncan Hunter To Stop Voting

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House Ethics Panel Tells Rep. Duncan Hunter To Stop VotingWatch VideoU.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter should no longer vote in the House of Representatives, according to the House Ethics Committee.

Hunter pleaded guilty earlier this week to misuse of campaign funds. And the committee says that guilty plea triggered a House rule that says lawmakers should "refrain from voting" if they've...
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The Republican lawmaker from California pleaded guilty earlier this week to misusing campaign funds.

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