Your lawmakers used $660K of your money to tell you about themselves. Who spent the most?

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WASHINGTON — Your lawmakers in Washington last year spent spent more than $666,000 in taxpayer money on mailings, robocalls and other communications to show you what they’re doing, according to a new report tracking members of the U.S. House. Known as “franking,” the funds go to such things as legislative updates, newsletters and notices about upcoming…



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