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June 4, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:45pm

CONGRESSIONAL AIDES DISCUSS TELECOMS ON THE GOLF COURSE

By CBR Staff Writer

Congressional aides on a jaunt to Annapolis, Maryland have said discussions on US long-distance telephone companies was well within the gift ban it established itself to stop Congress and Senate members taking advantage of their positions. Trip members traveled by bus taking in a few rounds of golf, a crab feast, a cruise down the river, volleyball, a ghost tour of the town and soaked up the atmosphere in local restaurants and bars. Participants had to pay their own green fees.

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