The Nation

The House Ethics Committee concluded its internal investigation into last December's news leak of a report on the finances of former Rep. Geraldine A. Ferraro, the 1984 Democratic vice presidential candidate, without naming the source of the disclosure. But the panel announced that it was tightening its procedures to guard against such leaks in the future. And it adopted a resolution stating that "under no circumstances" should committee documents be disclosed to "anyone not a member or staff of the committee."

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