Here’s the latest on The PMA Group controversy from The Post.
Some Democrats suggested that PMA’s leaders, who have won hundreds of millions of dollars for their clients in congressional earmarks, may be guilty of a straw donor system for political contributions — but that the clients themselves could still be worthy of the roughly $10 million in earmarks. “Yes, we know that the firm was raided by the FBI and we also know that the firm is in the process of being disbanded. But we also know no one from the firm has been convicted of any crime,” said [Sen. Inouye.]