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Ethics violations against Rep. Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., include a charge that he solicited and won a $5 million grant from a foundation then associated with American International Group to create an educational institute that bears his name.

In its “statement of facts in support of the alleged violations,” a special House Committee on member conduct said the $5 million donation from the Starr Foundation in June 2007 was made only eight days after Rep. Rangel met with Maurice “Hank” Greenberg, then chairman and CEO of AIG.

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