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HOUSE-PAGES
(2007-01-19)
(wgvu) - THE U-S HOUSE IS SCHEDULED TO VOTE TODAY ON A
MICHIGAN CONGRESSMAN'S MEASURE TO INCREASE PROTECTION FOR TEEN-AGE
PAGES.
FLINT DEMOCRAT DALE KILDEE'S MEASURE IS AIMED AT ENSURING THAT
CURRENT AND FORMER PAGES ARE NO LONGER VULNERABLE TO IMPROPER
CONDUCT BY LAWMAKERS.
FLORIDA REPUBLICAN MARK FOLEY QUIT IN A SCANDAL OVER HIS
CONTACTS WITH PAGES.
KILDEE CO-SPONSORED THE RESOLUTION WITH WEST VIRGINIA REPUBLICAN
SHELLEY MOORE CAPITO.
BOTH SERVE ON THE BOARD THAT OVERSEES THE PAGE PROGRAM.
THEY SAY THEY NEVER WERE INFORMED OF FOLEY'S QUESTIONABLE
E-MAILS TO A FORMER PAGE UNTIL FOLEY RESIGNED IN SEPTEMBER.

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