POLITICS
01/23/2011 01:05 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

One-Fifth Of House Freshmen Sleep In Offices

(CBS) By Phil Hirschkorn & Wyatt Andrews

WASHINGTON - Michigan Congressman Tim Walberg considers sleeping in his Capitol Hill office a luxury.

"It's convenient. I don't face the traffic," Walberg told us when we visited him this week on the fourth floor of the Cannon office building.

"I can jokingly tell my constituents I am in my office 24 hours a day for you," he said.

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