Ethics office finds ‘substantial reason to believe’ Georgia Rep. Broun broke law

Ethics office finds ‘substantial reason to believe’ Georgia Rep. Broun broke law

Georgia Repulican Rep. Paul Broun.

Georgia Repulican Rep. Paul Broun. Photo by Gage Skidmore, used with permission.

WASHINGTON — The House Ethics Committee is investigating whether Republican Rep. Paul Broun of Georgia broke the law by using official congressional office funds to pay for communications help in his political campaigns. The committee made public the details of the Broun investigation on Wednesday. The committee said it launched the probe at the request of…

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