When a Congressman Becomes a Lobbyist, He Gets a 1,452 Percent Raise (On Average)

Selling out pays. If you’re a corporation or lobbyist, what’s the best way to “buy” a member of Congress? Secretly promise them a million dollars or more in pay if they come to work for you after they leave office. Full Story »

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by Tanya J. Maurer - Mar. 20, 2012

While campaign contributions and super PACS are a big problem, the everyday bribery of the revolving door may be the most pernicious form of corruption today.

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