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Maybe Rep. John Conyers should spend less time trying to impeach President Bush, and more time cleaning his own house:

A former aide to Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) has renewed a complaint to the House’s ethics committee alleging that the congressman compelled his staff to work in election campaigns and to do personal errands for him.

Deanna Maher, a former deputy chief of staff in one of Conyers’s Michigan offices, reminded the committee of her allegations, originally filed two years ago, in a January letter and asserted the lawmaker’s actions had violated House rules. She said that she and other employees were required to work on local and state campaigns and baby-sit for Conyers’s children, among other chores. The Hill newspaper and the Detroit Free Press first reported the allegations.

Hat tip: Tim Chapman

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