First Class Flying and Dining on Taxpayer Dollars

In Analysis by Michael Rae

When some federal bureaucrats have the opportunity to feast out on the town at taxpayer expense, they go all out.
Washington Post investigative journalist Robert O’Harrow reports on how well some of the bureaucratic regulators on the federal government’s payroll are eating and traveling these days.
They are federal financial regulators who filed for expenses like corporate CEOs, seeking reimbursement for limos, deluxe air travel and meals in posh restaurants.
There was an UberBlack ride from the District to neighboring Alexandria, Va., for $250, according to internal records obtained by The Washington Post. Two airline tickets to a meeting in Vienna came in

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