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These Are The 'Gaping Holes' In Revolving Door Rules

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A revolving door at the Bear Stearns headquarters in New York outside the offices of global investment bank, securities trading and brokerage firm Bear, Stearns & Co. on Madison Ave on March 17, 2008 in New York. JP Morgan Chase bought Bear, Stearns & Co, for 2 USD a share, with help of 30,000 billion USD in financing of Bear, Stearns assets from the US Federal Reserve.AFP PHOTO/DON EMMERT (Photo credit should read DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images) | DON EMMERT via Getty Images

A top aide to a Republican congressman from Arizona helped promote a legislative plan to overhaul the nation’s home mortgage finance system. Weeks after leaving his government job, he reappeared on Capitol Hill, now as a lobbyist for a company poised to capitalize on the plan.

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