ATLANTA -- The Alabama Ethics Commission has recommended that the state's attorney general investigate possible violations by a group of Mobile, Ala., officials who went to New York City last year to discuss a $51.3 million bond issue.

The trip, made by Mayor Mike Dow and nine other city officials, provoked widespread controversy because it cost the city more than $17,000.

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