Panel: Texas Democratic Rep. Reyes may have broken ethics rules, law

An independent House panel has concluded that there is substantial reason to believe Rep. Silvestre Reyes, D-Texas, violated ethics rules and federal law by conducting campaign meetings on House property and using campaign money to pay expenses for his daughter's residence.

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