WASHINGTON -- In the latest round of an escalating turf battle, Rep. John Dingell has cautioned that proposed legislation aimed at curbing influence peddling and improving disclosure in the municipal market is "fatally flawed."

The Michigan Democrat, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, fired this warning shot in an Aug. 5 letter to House Speaker Thomas Foley that was released yesterday.

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