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Republican leaders in the House brought the measure to a vote despite pleas from conservative members demanding changes.
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THE WASHINGTON POST
|Members of Congress took trip secretly funded by foreign government|
|The state-owned oil company of Azerbaijan secretly funded an all-expenses-paid trip to a conference in 2013 for 10 members of Congress and 32 staff members, according to a confidential ethics report obtained by The Washington Post. Lawmakers and their staff members received hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of travel expenses, silk scarves, crystal tea sets and Azerbaijani rugs valued at $2,500 to $10,000, according to the ethics report. MORE|