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May 19, 2014 11:48 AM

How legislators can end their immunity from criminal prosecution

In our editorial on Sunday, we called on Senate leaders to introduce legislation to close the Manning Loophole, which requires the attorney general to wait for legislative permission before he can investigate legislators for taking bribes and converting government resources or campaign funds to personal use and otherwise making money off of their office.

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