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Ethics Chair Says He Expects to be Removed
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Ethics Chair Says He Expects to be Removed

Ethics Chair Says He Expects to be Removed

Ethics Chair Says He Expects to be Removed
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As the chairman of the House Committee of Standards of Official Conduct, Rep. Joel Hefley (R-CO) has criticized recent changes to ethics rules. Now, there's speculation that Republicans want Hefley out. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Hefley.

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