Rep. Stark says sorry; censure fails

Kucinich, Jackie; Soraghan, Mike
October 2007
Hill;10/24/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 124, p1
The article reports on the efforts of Representative Pete Stark of California to apologize to his colleagues for his controversial comments about the Iraq war. The apology came after an unsuccessful Republican party censure vote. He hopes that the apology would allow him to become as insignificant and further explains that public attention should remain focused on critical, divisive issues like the war in Iraq and the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) bill.


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