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Members of Congress have access to information that the general public does not, and sometimes they act on that information for personal gain, creating a conflict of interest and eroding public trust. MSNBC’s Ali Velshi chats with US Senate candidate and Missouri Democrat Lucas Kunce and former federal ethics official Walter Shaub.

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