The Washington Post en WaPo Questions Yarmuth Votes and Family Ties <p>An <a href="">analysis by <em>The Washington Post</em></a> shows U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Ky., has supported a number of bills that benefit the home health care industry, which the three-term Congressman has a $5 million investment in through his brother's business.</p><p>The article looks at several members of Congress who have either sponsored or co-sponsored legislation that could personally benefit themselves or a family members's businesses. It goes through financial disclosure forms and other public records, and questions whether more reforms are needed.</p><p>Yarmuth’s brother owns <a href="">Almost Family, a home health care business</a> that provides nursing, rehabilitation and other personal care services. The newspaper reports that Yarmuth, who is a shareholder, did seek an opinion from the ethics committee on whether he could vote on bills relating to the industry when he took office in 2007.</p><p>But a trade group representing home health care businesses has lobbied on five bills Yarmuth has co-sponsored.</p><p>From <em><a href="">The Washington Post</a>:</em></p><blockquote><p>In office, Yarmuth joined the congressional <a data-xslt="_http" href="" target="_blank">Home Health Caucus</a>, a group of two dozen lawmakers that promotes the value of in-home health care. Mon, 08 Oct 2012 15:58:05 +0000 Phillip M. Bailey 1929 at WaPo Questions Yarmuth Votes and Family Ties Washington Post Calls Out Obama Over Ohio River Bridges <p>In a fact-check of President Obama&#39;s recent speech, <a href=""><em>The Washington Post</em> scolded the president</a> for using old talking points and incorrectly identifying the Sherman Minton Bridge as closed while lashing out at Republican leaders. On Monday, Mr. Tue, 01 May 2012 15:18:24 +0000 Phillip M. Bailey 90 at