In the latest installment of "Keeping Them Honest," Pamela Brown examines a new policy that might suggest Congress is for sale.
Traditionally, politicians are required to release the names of those that foot the bill for lavish and luxurious "fact finding" trips to exotic locations.
However, a recent update to the guidelines distributed by the House Committee On Ethics omitted the requirement, thus allowing members of Congress to travel freely without noting whom paid for the trips in their financial disclosure forms.
So, what do you think? Is Congress really for sale? Should the requirement return to the guidelines?
Watch Brown's full report for the details, and the reactions that are rippling through Washington.
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