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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine congressional sources confirmed the general services administration's inspector general.
Is asking the Justice Department to look into that lavish 2010 Las Vegas conference for possible criminal charges.
Meanwhile Fox News has now obtained documents that show serious discussion.
Between two seniors GSA leaders try to gloss over the Vegas junket that cost taxpayers nearly a million dollars.
But the simple reprimand for Jeff nearly the administrator in charge of the event who has since been placed on administrative leave.
Congressional hearings on the excessive spending and you say we'll Begin on Monday.
Taxpayers forked over at least 200000.
Dollars to move 120.
Foot wide to shrub out of the way the transportation project in San Francisco.
Funded in part by the stimulus.
The plant a Franciscan -- Anita.
It's special because it was thought to be extinct in the wild however of these non wild version retails for under.
A project spokeswoman told cyber cast news the actual removal of the plan cost 100000.
Plus California's Transportation Department agreed to transfer 105000.
Dollars to cover the -- care and an alternate an undisclosed location.
For the next ten years.
And finally Vermont governor Peter Shumlin had a very close call with nature Wednesday night -- this Montpelier home.
Sharma says he heard what turned out to be four bears in his backyard rating is bird feeders.
Shumlin ran outside to rescue the feeders when the bears return it and chased him inside.
He says one of them came within three feet of him before he made it safely inside.
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