Bart Stupak Paid Below-Market Rates for Rental in Washington, D.C.

Metro Times | April 9, 2010
Last week, the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed complaints alleging that current and former residents of the stately row house at 133 C St. in Washington, D.C. paid below-market rates for rooms they rented in the $1.8 million dollar redbrick building. One of the U.S. reps named in the complaint is none other than Bart Stupak, the Democrat who gained much national attention for his proposed anti-abortion amendment to the just-signed health care bill.

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