House Ethics panel announces new investigations of four lawmakers

House Ethics panel announces new investigations of four lawmakers


The House Ethics Committee announced Tuesday it would initiate investigations into four lawmakers over separate possible violations cited by an outside ethics group.

The subjects are Tom Malinowski, a New Jersey Democrat; Alex Mooney, a West Virginia Republican; Rep. Jim Hagedorn, a Minnesota Republican; and Rep. Mike Kelly, a Pennsylvania Republican. Each is under investigation for separate matters.

The 10-member, bipartisan ethics panel announced it would investigate the lawmakers after receiving referrals from the independent Office of Congressional Ethics, which can investigate lawmakers based on outside complaints.

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Malinowski is under investigation for insider stock trading, which he has denied.

The committee is looking into allegations Mooney spent thousands of dollars in campaign funds on personal expenses and whether Hagedorn misspent campaign funding.

Kelly has been the subject of criticism over a stock purchase made by his wife in 2020 that

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