May 2007
Hill;5/17/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 59, p20
The article presents the jewels worn by lawmakers during the U.S. Congress conferences. It could be noted that at the Capitol Hill Sen. Hilary Rodham Clinton wore a three-stranded pearl necklace and earrings, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales with his gold '79 ring, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's gold wristwatch and golden ring.


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