Earmarks end for one year, but perk still potent on Hill

Sweet deals become toxic

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“The world is still turning on its axis. Lawmakers still get elected and re-election, campaign contributions continue to flow. I think the more people realize there is a life after earmarks, the better off we are,” he said.

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