Moran Cleared Of Ethics Violations

KSCB News - June 18, 2010 12:00 am

U.S. House ethics investigators have ended a

review of Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran and the rent he pays at a

Washington home.

The Office of Congressional Ethics sent the Republican lawmaker

a letter Thursday saying there was no probable cause to believe an

ethics violation had occurred.

The letter said the review of questions about paying

below-market rent has ended. Moran’s staff made the letter public.

A group called Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in

Washington filed an ethics complaint in April. The group alleged

that Moran and several other members of Congress who pay $950 a

month in rent are receiving an improper gift.

 

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