Pick Perry, Skip The Sanctimony
As a generation of women moves into top jobs in government and business, a new ethical problem appears to be troubling Washington: how to deal with spousal conflicts of interest. Increasingly, high-level government officials are married to executives who potentially could benefit from the personal relationship.
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