Disciplinary hearing and related materials: hearings before the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, House of Representatives in the matter of Representative Austin J. Murphy, One Hundredth Congress, first session, transcript of testimony, evidence considered, and materials related to the disciplinary hearing held in Washington, DC on November 17, 18, 19, 20; December 2, 3, 1987
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988 - 1325 sidor
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AMOUNT answer asked ASSISTANT ATTORNEYS Austin authority believe Bell of Pennsylvania CALLS CHAIRMAN changed charges CHARLEROI Chart CIALONE committee Congress Congressman Murphy CONTINUED copy Corbett correct counsel count CRAIG DATE Davis DD YY DETAIL discussed district document employee evidence Exhibit fact Fazio firm FRANCE FRIDAY going happened hearing House House of Representatives issue ITEMIZED CALLS John law office look LOWELL machine March marked mean Member MOLLOHAN MONDAY month moved Murphy's MYERS never NORMAN objection occurred PAGE PASHAYAN payroll period person photocopier PITTSBURGH PLACE practice question RATE recall record remember responsible rule SECRETARY SERVICE session SPADAFORE staff statement subcommittee SUNDAY talk tell testimony Thank things THURSDAY tion told trying TUESDAY TULLEY understand vote WASHINGTON PA 412 WEDNESDAY week witness
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