Trusting Feinstein

Today’s San Diego Union-Tribune reports on the results of its investigation of the allegations that Dianne Feinstein used her position on a Senate subcommittee to benefit contractors in which her husband had a financial interest. Matthew Hoy comments in “Trusting Feinstein.” The verdict:

A Copley News Service review found no evidence that Feinstein had intervened in any clearly meaningful way on behalf of the two companies.
But it also found that the Senate appropriations and military procurement processes are so opaque there is little the public can do but trust Feinstein when she denies helping her husband

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