Two bills moving through Congress call for dramatic changes in the way the Justice Department handles misconduct allegations against its attorneys.

The legislation, versions of which have already cleared the full House and the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, would give the department’s inspector general expanded powers to investigate allegations of attorney wrongdoing. Right now, such investigations are handled by the department’s Office of Professional Responsibility.

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