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If the judiciary won't crack down on political corruption, it's up to Congress to act

Should federal prosecutors just give up trying to convict politicians of public corruption? That question is likely to be asked anew after the Justice Department announced Wednesday that it would not retry Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) on multiple corruption charges growing out of his relationship...
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