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September 24, 1987
The House Ethics Committee formally charged Rep. Austin J. Murphy (D-Pa.) with six counts of violating House rules involving misuse of public funds and allowing someone else to cast his votes during absences from the House floor. The panel will determine if sanctions should be recommended for House action. The panel also said that it will conduct preliminary probes of Rep. Mario Biaggi (D-N.Y.) and Richard H. Stallings (D-Ida.).
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September 24, 1987
The House Ethics Committee formally charged Rep. Austin J. Murphy (D-Pa.) with six counts of violating House rules involving misuse of public funds and allowing someone else to cast his votes during absences from the House floor. The panel will determine if sanctions should be recommended for House action. The panel also said that it will conduct preliminary probes of Rep. Mario Biaggi (D-N.Y.) and Richard H. Stallings (D-Ida.).
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July 26, 1985 | Associated Press
The House Administration Committee has accepted a task force recommendation and voted 12 to 1 to dismiss former Rep. George Hansen's plea for a recount in his election loss last November to Rep. Richard H. Stallings (D-Ida.), a committee aide said Thursday. Hansen, a Republican who was convicted last year of filing false financial disclosure statements, was defeated by Stallings in the general election by 133 votes out of 202,399 cast.
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November 6, 1990 | From Associated Press
Democrats filed a complaint Monday with the Federal Election Commission, alleging that a group headed by broadcaster Pat Robertson had failed to report spending against Democratic House candidates. The complaint alleged that Robertson's Christian Coalition has been buying radio spots and sending mail opposing Democratic candidates in at least four states. The papers filed by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee focused on the races of incumbent Reps.
NEWS
November 9, 1988
With 48% of the votes counted, Vice President George Bush carried Idaho with its four electoral votes. The tally was Bush, 66%, 106,722, and Michael S. Dukakis, 34%, 55,136. In early congressional returns, the Democratic incumbent was winning in one race and the Republican incumbent in the other. In the First District, 8% of the precincts reporting, it was incumbent Larry E. Craig (R), 7,528, and Jeanne Givens (D), 3,201. In the Second District, 19% counted, incumbent Richard H.
NEWS
October 3, 1985
The House rejected former Rep. George Hansen's challenge of his election loss last November to Rep. Richard H. Stallings (D-Ida.). Hansen lost to Stallings by 170 votes out of more than 200,000 cast and claimed he was the victim of improper voter registration procedures and improper handling of the election by state officials. Republicans said the House should order a recount such as the one conducted earlier this year in the controversial election in the 8th District of Indiana.
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January 9, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Rep. Larry E. Craig (R-Ida.) announced today that he will seek election this fall to the Senate seat being vacated by retiring Republican James A. McClure. Craig, 44, is serving his fifth two-year term in the House. He is a member of the Interior Committee, the Public Works and Transportation Committee and the House ethics panel. McClure, 65, announced last week that he will not seek reelection. He is completing his third Senate term.
NEWS
March 29, 1987
Committee Budgets By a 280-117 vote, the House authorized a $47.9-million budget (H Res 108) for some of its committee operations in 1987. This is an increase of nearly $4 million, or 9%, over the same authorization for 1986. The $47.9 million will fund about half of the cost of the 27 House committees this year. This "investigations and studies" budget covers travel, consultants, investigations and miscellany, as well as salaries for nearly half of the approximately 2,000 committee employes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 1987
By a 280-117 vote, the House authorized a $47.9-million budget (H Res 108) for some of its committee operations in 1987. This is an increase of nearly $4 million, or 9%, over the same authorization for 1986. The $47.9 million will finance about half the cost of the 27 House committees this year. This "investigations and studies" budget covers travel, consultants, investigations and miscellany, as well as salaries for nearly half of the about 2,000 committee employees. Supporter William M.
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