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HUD Department / Investigation #328631

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 02, 1989
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(DC: Terence Smith) Senate Committee reported continue to hear testimony re: corruption within US Housing and Urban Development Department [U.S. Housing and Urban Development inspector general Paul ADAMS - comments on money made by US Housing and Urban Development officials who became consultants.] Earnings of former U.S. Housing and Urban Development officials Joseph Strauss, Paul Manafort and Fred Bush listed on screen. Ex. of how profits were made from federally-subsidized low-income hsing. projects given; former US Housing and Urban Development officials Philip Winn and Phillip Abrams mentioned. [General Accounting Office spokesperson John OLS - comments.] [Senator Bob GRAHAM - comments.] [Bridge Hsing. Group president Don. TERNER - urges Senator to punish corrupt HUD officials.]

Kuralt, Charles;
Smith, Terence

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