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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine it appears -- federal employee on your dime.
Was looking for nighttime companionship.
During his work day.
A government watchdog group has released documents indicating a now retired Treasury Department veteran used government computers to contact and meet prostitutes.
The report found that another treasury employee accepted gifts from bankers he was regulated.
An official tells fox quote treasury has a strong ethics policy that we expect all of our employees to follow in the overwhelming majority of them do.
As with any large organization issues of misconduct occasionally arise when that happens -- treasury we act promptly and decisively.
Attorney general Eric Holder has spoken out against voter ID laws comparing them to hold taxes from the post slavery era.
But is Justice Department has not spoken up about voting rights in law.
Where the attorney general spoke today the native controlled government of Guam is excluding non natives from voting in an upcoming referendum.
Of island residents are unable to vote.
Local journalists did not have the chance to question holder on the matter today and the Justice Department did not respond to our request for comment.
And finally Australian olympians rush Russell -- Lauren and mark claimed discrimination.
For being a heterosexual married couple.
The Olympic shooters told an Australian news organization they are not being allowed to stay together in London's Olympic village.
They contend it is common practice for gay couples to room together at the Olympics.
An official with the games denies any discrimination and says it's a matter of accommodating all the athletes in the village.
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