FILE – Tourists walk by House Speaker Paul Ryan's office. Two Republican lawmakers are hoping to change a federal law that allows former House speakers certain taxpayer-funded perks after leaving office.
FILE – Tourists walk by House Speaker Paul Ryan's office. Two Republican lawmakers are hoping to change a federal law that allows former House speakers certain taxpayer-funded perks after leaving office. Melina Mara The Washington Post
FILE – Tourists walk by House Speaker Paul Ryan's office. Two Republican lawmakers are hoping to change a federal law that allows former House speakers certain taxpayer-funded perks after leaving office. Melina Mara The Washington Post

‘Elected elite’? Ex-House speakers get public-funded perks for 5 years

April 20, 2017 05:35 PM

UPDATED April 21, 2017 11:00 AM

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