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Panel Has Evidence Of Two Gifts To Torricelli

Friday, July 26, 2002

As the U.S. Senate Ethics Committee weighs charges that Senator Robert G. Torricelli improperly accepted gifts and cash from a political contributor, a government official involved in the inquiry said the panel had received sales receipts, witness testimony and other corroboration of at least two such gifts.

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