Scandal survivors nearly had impromptu Senate meeting

September 2007
Hill;9/20/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 108, p8
The article focuses on the near encounter of Senator Larry Craig and former Senator Gary Hart at an airport in the U.S. Both state officials have experienced scandals which affected their political careers. Craig was previously convicted for disorderly conduct in an airport bathroom, while Hart was once involved in a sex scandal.


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