Documents Show Lobbyists Paid for DeLay's Travel

Credit card receipts and other documents reveal lobbyists paid for House Majority Leader Tom DeLay's expenses during a trip to Scotland in 2000 that totaled over $120,000, The Washington Post reports. The payments are a clear violation of House ethics rules. Hear Post reporter R. Jeffrey Smith.

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