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Ethics Committee Hearing Transcript, Jan. 17, 1997

Download or read special counsel James Cole's full report.

The House Ethics Committee Report

House Ethics Manual

Newt Gingrich's Dec. 21, 1996 Statement

GOPAC

Newt Gingrich's Sixth District Home Page

U.S. House of Representatives

The Official Friends of Newt Gingrich

CQ: David Bonior Biography

CQ: Newt Gingrich Biography

CQ: Nancy Johnson Biography

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With his decision to finance his $300,000 penalty using a loan from GOP ally Bob Dole, Gingrich seemed to have salvaged his political future, at least in the short term. However, the speaker may face continuing ethical battles, as his House adversaries prepare to push a remaining charge that he took improper gifts and contributions from GOPAC.

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