Italy Lawmakers approve anti-corruption legislation

The regulations are meant to address extravagant misuse of public funds and other scandals that have only added to the anger in the financially ailing nation.
Von Sarah Delaney
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said before Wednesday's vote that public corruption has long undermined Italy's international credibility and has discouraged foreign investment.

Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said before Wednesday's vote that public corruption has long undermined Italy's international credibility and has discouraged foreign investment.

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