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June 20, 1989 | From Associated Press
Federal housing officials reversed themselves last year and approved funding for a Minnesota housing project after the developers hired as a consultant the nephew of former Defense Secretary Caspar W. Weinberger, according to a published report. The consultant, Robert Weinberger, was also an aide to President Ronald Reagan when the latter was governor of California, the New York Times reported in today's editions. Robert Weinberger is the latest on a growing list of prominent Republicans who successfully represented developers seeking help from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the paper said.
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June 20, 1989 | From Associated Press
Federal housing officials reversed themselves last year and approved funding for a Minnesota housing project after the developers hired as a consultant the nephew of former Defense Secretary Caspar W. Weinberger, according to a published report. The consultant, Robert Weinberger, was also an aide to President Ronald Reagan when the latter was governor of California, the New York Times reported in today's editions. Robert Weinberger is the latest on a growing list of prominent Republicans who successfully represented developers seeking help from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the paper said.
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April 5, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Tax return preparers at commercial chains made mistakes on virtually every tax return prepared at the request of undercover congressional investigators, the auditors said Tuesday. In 19 visits, the Government Accountability Office asked for assistance from preparers to file returns for two hypothetical families. Only two of 19 tax returns showed the correct refund amount, but both of those returns included errors.
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July 7, 1989 | MARLENE CIMONS, Times Staff Writer
HUD Secretary Jack Kemp on Thursday suspended the Retirement Service Center, a nationwide housing program for the elderly, saying that it has cost the federal government more than $119 million in direct losses and that it does not serve the low- and moderate-income citizens for whom it was created. "This is a program that should serve low-income people, but instead is serving upper- and middle-income persons--and doing it very poorly at that," Kemp said in a statement.
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March 14, 1988 | ROBERT SHOGAN, Times Political Writer
Fresh from his Super Tuesday successes in Florida and Texas, Democratic front-runner Michael S. Dukakis is lavishing time and money on Tuesday's presidential primary in Illinois, even though his aides say he has no plausible chance of winning. But as puzzling as the Massachusetts governor's battle plan might seem on the surface, rival strategists and independent analysts have detected significant underlying objectives.
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