Senate Approves Change in Lobbying Rules

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The Senate has approved what some have called the first major change in ethics and lobbying rules in more than 25 years. But others believe the measures don't go far enough. The Senate action comes in response to the scandal involving lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

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