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March 5, 1993 | From the Washington Post
The Resolution Trust Corp. is investigating whether Lan Bentsen, son of Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen, violated the agency's contracting rules while managing RTC property, after a company in which he is a principal defaulted on $54 million in loans inherited by the agency. The RTC's ethics officer, Arthur Kusinski, said that at his request the contracting compliance office is conducting an investigation of all of Lan Bentsen's contracting activities with the agency.
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March 5, 1993 | From the Washington Post
The Resolution Trust Corp. is investigating whether Lan Bentsen, son of Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen, violated the agency's contracting rules while managing RTC property, after a company in which he is a principal defaulted on $54 million in loans inherited by the agency. The RTC's ethics officer, Arthur Kusinski, said that at his request the contracting compliance office is conducting an investigation of all of Lan Bentsen's contracting activities with the agency.
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September 1, 1988 | From Associated Press
The blind trust of Democratic vice presidential nominee Bentsen invested about $564,000--more than twice the amount previously disclosed--in a holding company that was formed by his son last year but has conducted little business since then, a published report said Wednesday. The Houston Post also reported that the company has been paying the financially strapped Lan Bentsen nearly $10,000 a month for his services as president and board chairman, according to a record of his testimony in an Aug.
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August 4, 1991
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May 24, 2006 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
Lloyd Bentsen, the former four-term U.S. senator from Texas who was the 1988 Democratic vice presidential nominee and served as President Clinton's first secretary of the Treasury, died Tuesday. He was 85. Bentsen, who had been in poor health since suffering two strokes in 1998, died at his home in Houston, a family spokesman said. In a statement Tuesday, President Bush called Bentsen "a man of great honor and distinction."
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