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The House ethics committee has decided not to investigate six lawmakers after an independent ethics panel issued a report finding that they may not have returned per diem money that exceeded their travel expenses. The lawmakers deny any wrongdoing.

The House ethics committee has decided not to investigate six lawmakers

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