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Your Money, Your Choice (Political Insiders) #159630

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 03, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The weekly look at how the government spends taxpayers' money introduced.

(Washington: John Martin) The issue of federal pensions for former Congressmen who have been convicted of crimes examined; the cases of Carroll Hubbard, who was convicted for illegally spending campaign funds and Nicholas Mavroules, accused of taking illegal gifts and bribes, cited as examples. [April 1993, MAVROULES - denies taking bribes.] [Employee Benefit Research Institution Dallas SALISBURY, National Taxpayers Union David KEATING - offer differing opinions on the pension system.] The price tag to taxpayers of pensions for felons noted.

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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