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Interior ethics lapses rarely punished

IG: Royalty loss could cost US tens of billions

(Jay Premack For The Boston Globe)
By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / February 17, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Officials at the US Interior Department received free golf outings, dinners, hunting trips, and box seats at sporting events from companies they monitored, but were rarely punished for the ethics violations, other than being ordered to attend two-hour ethics courses, the department's inspector general told a House panel yesterday. (Full article: 939 words)

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