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Ethics Complaints Against Lt. Governor Swift
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Ethics Complaints Against Lt. Governor Swift

Ethics Complaints Against Lt. Governor Swift

Ethics Complaints Against Lt. Governor Swift
Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Tovia Smith reports from Boston on ethics complaints against the Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor. Jane Swift may have violated the state's conflict-of-interest law by asking her staff to babysit and move her family to a new house. But some say Swift is being made a scapegoat by conservative groups, who would have applauded a male official for the same things for which she is being criticized.

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