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US Politics 8.2: Bank-Hating Maxine Waters Charged With Improperly Steering Federal Funds to Bank

August 2, 2010

Updating … 9:29 AM

“The people who are loudest in condemning the choices of others are trying to drown out their own bad behavior. Today, Maxine Waters, a member of the House Financial Services Committee, one who in the past few years has distinguished herself by being especially combative with representatives of the banking industry, was charged by the House Ethics Committee with improperly steering $12 million in federal funding … to a bank.”

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