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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
The federal agency that burned through nearly a million dollars on the luxury work conference in Las Vegas.
Is under the microscope again for spending a quarter of a million taxpayer dollars on an employee incentive program.
A house subcommittee is expanding its probe into include the general service administration's.
Hats off program that doled out gift cards iPods and other gadgets for good work around the office.
That head of the GSA has already resigned following -- revelations this -- Vegas junket featured.
-- 3200 dollar mind reader and 7000 dollars worth of sushi.
That was in addition to 147000.
Dollars for airfare lodging.
And 75 grand for a team building exercise.
Late today the house oversight committee posted a video.
From the conference that includes employees joking about never being under investigation.
-- -- -- Don't in my face and love and shame on them on.
GSA spokesman says the video is another example of the complete lack of judgment shown during the junket.
In an effort to avoid controversy a Massachusetts elementary school has sparked it after removing the word god from a popular patriotic song.
Still all brook elementary school officials changed the lyrics from Lee Greenwood is god bless the US today.
Too we'd love the USA for an upcoming assembly.
Late today the school apologized and reversed its decision saying children will be able to sing god bless the USA.
Finally what is billed as the smallest town in the US sold at auction today for 900000.
An unidentified Vietnamese man placed the winning bid for Buford Wyoming.
He will get a gas station and convenience store in 19105.
Schoolhouse a cabin a garage.
And a three bedroom home.
The town's -- resident says he plans to retire from his unofficial duties as mayor of the -- incorporated community.
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