Dems split on Cunningham report

Kaplan, Jonathan E.
July 2007
Hill;7/19/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 88, p6
The article reports that U.S. Democratic Representatives (Reps.) Rush Holt, Anna Eschoo, Jan Schakowsky, Alcee Hastings, and John Tierney have voted to make public a declassified 23-page report on jailed Rep. Randy Cunningham, while seven of their Democratic colleagues voted the other way. It is cited that the vote and subsequent leak set off dispute between Democratic and Republican lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee.


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