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CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 28, 2012
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(Studio: Randi Kaye) The low number of bills passed by this Congress noted.

(Washington: Joe Johns) The Office of Congressional Ethics, whose sole mandate is to investigate those inside Congress, and why Congress wants to kill it featured; details given about OCE investigations of 100 members of Congress. [CREW's Melanie SLOAN†- talks about the unethical conduct issue and the role of the OCE.] [National Legal and Policy Center Ken BOEHM†- agrees Congress is trying to kill OCE.] [Representative Brad MILLER, two MEMBERS, former Congressman Lee HAMILTON - offer views on OCE.] How the OCE works as an outside non-partisan group that reports findings to Congressional committees discussed.

Kaye, Randi;
Johns, Joe

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