• Emails raise questions about ex-Texas congressman, new job

    2 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times

    VICTORIA, Texas - A former Texas congressman had tried steering a federal contract to the owner of a business who gave him a $160,000-a-year job after the congressman resigned amid sexual harassment allegations, according to a newspaper investigation published Sunday. Republican Blake Farenthold resigned in April amid bipartisan pressure over revelations that he used...
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  • Emails raise questions about ex-Texas congressman, new job

    Emails raise questions about ex-Texas congressman, new job

    2 monthes ago - By National Post

    VICTORIA, Texas - A former Texas congressman had tried steering a federal contract to the owner of a business who gave him a $160,000-a-year job after the congressman resigned amid sexual harassment allegations, according to a newspaper investigation published Sunday.
    Republican Blake Farenthold resigned in April amid bipartisan pressure over revelations that he used $84,000 in taxpayer money to settle a lawsuit brought by a former aide who accused him of sexual harassment. A month after leaving Congress, Farenthold was hired as the lobbyist for the Calhoun Port Authority on the Texas...
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  • Emails raise questions about ex-Texas congressman, new job

    2 monthes ago - By Miami Herald

    Records show that a former Texas congressman had tried steering a federal contract to the owner of a business who gave him a $160,000-a-year job after the congressman resigned amid...
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