The fate of any specific prohibitions on “pay-to-play”-the practice oflawyers making political contributions to get government work-rests onceagain in the hands of individual lawyers and bar groups.

On Tuesday, the American Bar Association’s policy-making body, the Houseof Delegates, narrowly defeated a proposed rule aimed at curbing thisloaded brand of political gift-giving.

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