Despite new congressional restrictions on trips paid for by lobbyists and special interests, lawmakers accepted . . .
Despite new congressional restrictions on trips paid for by lobbyists and special interests, lawmakers accepted free trips worth nearly $1.9 million during the first eight months of the year—more than all of last year.
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