Group Says Reconciliation Trips for Congressmen Are Agenda-Free

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c. 2006 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ Despite some perceptions, not all of the congressmen traveling at the expense of private interest groups get treated to rounds of golf and bottles of champagne. Take the approach of the Faith and Politics Institute, a self-described nonpartisan, interfaith organization that helps “public officials stay in touch with […]

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