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House ethics guru may have ignored lessons

Houston Chronicle, January 5, 2006:
Before they take their seats in the House of Representatives, newly elected lawmakers come to Washington for a weeklong orientation that includes a briefing on congressional ethics.

Presiding over their instruction is the chairman of the House Administration Committee, who since 2001 has been Rep. Bob Ney, R-Ohio.

Now, Ney could have ethical difficulties of his own.