The House Ethics Committee has concluded its investigation into New York Democrat Representative Jamaal Bowman's involvement in triggering a fire alarm ahead of a crucial vote at the Capitol. The decision follows the committee's assessment that further scrutiny would be redundant, given the House's recent censure of Bowman and his guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge related to the incident.
The House Ethics Committee has decided not to proceed with the investigation into Rep. Jamaal Bowman for pulling a fire alarm before a significant vote. The committee justified its decision, citing the House's recent censure of. . .