In an effort to restrict the domain of lobbyists in the aftermath of the Jack Abramoff scandal, Senate lawmakers agreed to strengthen ethics legislation with a vote to bar the acceptance of free meals from registered lobbyists.

The proposal piggybacked a current bill, which contains a provision that prohibits lawmakers from accepting gifts such as tickets to sporting events for example.

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