Revolving Door Raises Ethics Questions in Housing Reform DebateGuest Post
This story was originally published by Carter Dougherty, InsideSources.
How easy is it to move between government and industry without running afoul of the law? If Jim Parrott’s relationship with Bank of America is any indication, it’s pretty straightforward. But a new ethics complaint may test that assumption.
Parrott advised the White House about how to overhaul Fannie Mae and Freddie . . .
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