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Ag watchdog spent millions on unreported conferences

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Internal watchdogs at the U.S. Department of Agriculture have spent more than $2.1 million since 2009 on training conferences that weren't disclosed to the public or Congress, The Washington Examiner has learned. Most costly was a $1.2 million gathering of 539 employees of the USDA's Inspector General at the Opryland resort in Nashville in 2009. Other training conferences for the IG's office...

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