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December 15, 2009 5:28 AM

John Edwards' flights to visit campaign contributors raise questions

With John Edwards under investigation by a federal grand jury, two former prosecutors say a trip he made to the home of a wealthy supporter — and possible witness — could raise legal questions. The grand jury is investigating whether Edwards used campaign money to cover up an affair with mistress Rielle Hunter.

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