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Three years after pleading guilty to federal corruption charges, former Ohio Rep. Bob Ney is back in the public spotlight.
Ney will debut as a talk radio host Monday, giving him a platform to talk about his experiences on Capitol Hill and provide his personal opinion about the news of the day.
Ney pleaded guilty in 2006 to corruption charges and was linked to the Jack Abramoff scandal. He was sentenced to serve 30 months in prison, but was released after 17 months and transferred to a halfway house in Ohio.
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