PMA Group update

The Post provides some new details on the investigation into PMA Group.

nvestigators have gathered evidence that Charles E. Brimmer, Visclosky’s former longtime chief of staff, suggested to some lobbyists that companies seeking Visclosky’s help in getting Pentagon funds would need to commit to a program of donations to the member of the Appropriations defense subcommittee, the sources said. The Justice Department is trying to determine whether Brimmer’s proposal constituted quid pro quo, an illegal act in which a public official requests something of value in exchange for an official action.

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