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DeLay is indicted, leaves post

GOP's No. 2 House leader accused in funds case

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / September 29, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Representative Tom DeLay of Texas, the second-ranking Republican in the House and one of the most powerful legislators on Capitol Hill, stepped down from his post as majority leader yesterday, after a state grand jury indicted him on a charge of criminal conspiracy. The grand jurors alleged that he and two associates had funneled corporate campaign contributions through ... (Full article: 1211 words)

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