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Congress / Check-Writing Scandal #343309

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 14, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) AP's announcement that the ten worst offenders in the Congressional check-writing scandal are Representatives Bob Mrazek, Charles Hatcher, Stephen Solarz, Charles Hayes, Ronald Coleman, Carl Perkins, Bill Alexander, Edolphus Towns, former Representatives Tommy Robinson, and Doug Walgren; AP's report of the number of bad checks written by former Representative Tony Coelho cited.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) Fallout from the Congressional check- writing scandal featured. [Representative Gerry SIKORSKI - makes joke about scandal.] [MAN - comments on irresponsibility.] [TOWNS - blames the bank.] Number of Congressmen who have acknowledged writing bad House bank checks noted. "Newsweek" poll on whether voters would reelect the offenders cited. [Representative Bob DAVIS - apologizes.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Stewart, Jim

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