Jefferson reveals loan

Schor, Elana; Bogardus, Kevin; Moraski, Brittney; Wurman, Ilan; Chapman, Lisa
June 2007
Hill;6/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 72, p1
The article reports on the decision of Louisiana Representative William Jefferson to disclose the loan he made to Kentucky businessman Vernon Jackson, who is in prison for bribing him, to the U.S. House Ethics Committee. Jefferson's ethics committee amendment took place with other financial dealings revealed in 2006 financial statements. He also reported his debt to Robert L. Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television.


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