Ex-Speaker Hastert conducted business in government office to tune of $1.8 million in taxpayer cost, paper finds
(MCT) — CHICAGO—Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has conducted private business ventures through a little-known government office that has cost taxpayers about $1.8 million, a Chicago Tribune investigation has found.
Federal law allows former House speakers to maintain a government-financed office for up to five years to wind down matters relating to their tenure. They are not permitted to use the office for financial gain.
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