In a recent development, the House Ethics Committee has chosen not to recommend any punitive measures for New York Congressman George Santos. The decision follows an extensive months-long investigation by the committee, and its findings are set to be disclosed in a forthcoming public report later this week.
- Committee's Decision: The House Ethics Committee, chaired by Republican Michael Guest, has concluded its investigation into allegations involving Congressman George Santos. The committee, after thorough deliberation, has decided against recommending any formal punishment for the New York representative.
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