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Rostenkowski / Indictment #154204

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 01, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tim O'Brien) The fight ahead for the indicted Representative Dan Rostenkowski previewed. [Defense attorney James KOLE, former United States attorney Joseph DiGENOVA, Georgetown law center professor Paul ROTHSTEIN, White Collar Crime Committee Lawrence GOLDMAN - offer views on Rostenkowski's defense.] The stories of other Congressmen who faced criminal charges reviewed: Harold Ford, David Durenberger, former Representative Ozzie Myers.

(Washington: John Martin) The future for the House Ways and Means Committee now that chairman Rostenkowski has been indicted and for Rostenkowski, who stands for reelection, featured. [Representative Sam GIBBONS - says we will get the job done.] [ABC News political director Hal BRUNO, Atlanta landscape architect David STITH, New York importer John STRAUSS, Republican nominee Michael FLANAGAN - comment on Rostenkowski.]

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John;
O'Brien, Tim

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