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House Ethics Committee declines Congressman Bowman fire alarm pull investigation

The House Ethics Committee has declined to investigate Democratic Congressman Jamaal Bowman for pulling a fire alarm in a House office building in October.

News 12 Staff

Nov 24, 2023, 6:37 PM

Updated 234 days ago

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The House Ethics Committee has declined to investigate Democratic Congressman Jamaal Bowman for pulling a fire alarm in a House office building in October.
Bowman pleaded guilty in October to a misdemeanor charge for falsely triggering a fire alarm in a house office building.
He was caught on video pulling the alarm shortly before the house was scheduled to vote on a government funding bill.
The Ethics Committee announced on Wednesday that a majority of its members did not agree to establish an investigative subcommittee over the incident.


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