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I. In Washington on July 31, 2010, a representative of the Democratic Party was accused of violating House Ethics Rules and she wishes to challenge these allegations. The charges have not been made public yet, but House officials have confirmed that it involves the representative’s communication of one untied in fall 2008. OneUnited, like many banks at the time, was in a desperate position after losing $50 million worth of stock it had held
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Unformatted text preview: in the housing finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, following their federal takeover. II. This is not good for the reputation of the Democratic Party to have this scandal going on within the house. I believe that the Democratic Party should press charges and she shouldn’t challenge it because she knows that she has done this scandal and she doesn’t want to take blame for this event that happened in 2008....
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