BLOG BRIEFING ROOM: Coburn's STD Lecture in danger

June 2009
Hill;6/10/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 67, p32
A blog related to an issue brought up by the U.S. Senate Ethics Committee concerning the plan of Senator Tom Coburn to give a lecture on sexually transmitted disease (STD) to interns of Capitol Hill, Washington D.C. is discussed.


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