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Rep. Aaron Schock under fire for 'Downton Abbey' office redo
Rep. Aaron Schock under fire for 'Downton Abbey' office redo

A watchdog group Tuesday asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to examine whether Rep. Aaron Schock of Illinois acted improperly by accepting free services from an interior designer who redid his offices with a "Downton Abbey" motif. The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington asked for the probe in a letter from Anne Weismann, its interim executive director and chief counsel. The request was prompted by a story in Tuesday's Washington Post about the fresh decor in the Republican lawmaker's Rayburn Building office. Designer Annie Brahler, who owns Euro Trash, is quoted by the Post as saying she met the Peoria lawmaker years ago and he was impressed...

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