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(Source: Bill Pascrell Jr) WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ) sent a letter to the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies seeking answers on how the committee is addressing the resale of tickets to this year's Presidential Inauguration. 'There are ethical concerns with selling tickets that have been provided to the public free of charge. In the past, the Committee has implored responsible ticket marketplaces and online classified websites to not permit swearing-in passes to be sold on their sites,' Rep. Pascrell wrote. 'I have expressed concern about the online ticket sales marketplace and the potential for malfeasance throughout my career....
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