Sep 11, 2013 5:42 PM by ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON (AP) - The House Ethics Committee will continue to look into ethics investigations of Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota and two other lawmakers. The committee is also dismissing a potential case against Massachusetts Democrat John Tierney as "inconclusive."
The committee announced Wednesday it will continue to look at cases referred to it by the outside Office of Congressional Ethics that involve Bachmann, Illinois Republican Rep. Pete Roskam and New York Democratic Rep. Tim Bishop. It stopped short of launching formal investigations into any of the lawmakers.
The committee was required to declare its intentions for all four cases by Wednesday.
Bachmann's case centers on potential violations of federal campaign finance laws and House rules during her short-lived 2012 presidential campaign. Bachmann said in a statement she complied with House ethics rules.
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