Politics & Government

May 9, 2012 6:21 PM

Ethics committee extends review of Rep. Vern Buchanan's conduct

The House Ethics Committee says it has "substantial reason to believe" that Rep. Vern Buchanan attempted to influence the testimony of a witness during an investigation into the congressman’s fundraising.

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