Washington Lobbyist Abramoff's Relationship to DeLay

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The sudden spate of stories about House Majority Leader Tom DeLay in recent days has featured Jack Abramoff, a Washington lobbyist who once worked for DeLay. Abramoff became controversial last year because of his work for several Indian tribes with interests in gambling. That relationship was the subject of hearings on Capitol Hill.



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