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Your Money ("Prince of Pork") #833459

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 02, 2006
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(MOrgantown, West Virginia: John Cochran) Representative Alan Mollohan of West Virginia, the self-proclaimed "prince of pork," who is being investigated by the FBI, featured; scenes shown from Thomas, West Virginia; details given about the grants he has gotten for various projects & about Mollohan's real estate holdings. [MountainMade Foundation Kaye McCOMAS†- says she gave Mollohan a thousand dollars.] [Taxpayers for Common Sense Steve ELLIS†- says it is an endless loop of taxpayer dollars & campaign contributions.] [National Legal & Policy Center Kenneth BOEHM†- cites criminal penalties for false statements.] [MOLLOHAN - says he is proud of being the "prince of pork."]

Harris, Dan;
Cochran, John

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