Controversy won't keep defense firms away from Murtha

Tiron, Roxana
May 2009
Hill;5/22/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 60, p4
The article reports on the continuance of the chairmanship of Representative John P. Murtha at an appropriations committee in the U.S. Congress and the defense industry despite the controversies he faced.


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