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U.S. lawmaker pleads guilty on funds misuse

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 3 December 2019
California Congressman Duncan Hunter has pleaded guilty to misusing campaign funds. The Republican from San Diego appeared Tuesday in federal court to enter his plea. (Dec. 3)
 
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Rep. Duncan Hunter pleaded guilty Tuesday to misusing campaign funds, reversing his original plea in the case.

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