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It took 40 pages for the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, or the ethics committee, to spell out their case against Rep. Charlie Rangel. But it all comes down to this: The longtime House member, who used to be chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, which handles taxes, should have known when he was crowding or crossing federal tax and House ethics rules.
Click here for the top 10 alleged violations, including the line number in the list of charges, that threaten Rangel's job in Washington.
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