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Election of Roy Moore could test boundaries of Senate ethics committee

Election of Roy Moore could test boundaries of Senate ethics committee WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans have promised that former Alabama judge Roy Moore will face an ethics investigation if he wins Tuesday’s special election. But the Senate Select Committee on Ethics hasn’t disciplined...
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