Larson Trip To Ireland Was About Trade

by Christopher O'Brien

By Christine Stuart

The junket U.S. Rep. John Larson took to Dublin earlier this month was bipartisan, productive, and not paid for with taxpayer dollars. Or at least that’s how he described it Monday after a tour of a defense manufacturer here in Connecticut.

The trip, including lodging, airfare, and meals for both Larson and his son, Ray, was paid for by the Ripon Society and the Franklin Center for Global Policy Exchange. According to the travel expense form filed with the House Clerk’s office, the center paid about $15,300 for Larson and his son to attend the conference and stay at the 5-star Merrion Hotel in Dublin.

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