Idaho Sen. Larry Craig addresses the media in Downtown Boise with his wife, Suzanne, about his arrest and guilty plea for disorderly conduct in a Minnesota airport earlier this summer during a sting operation targeting alleged sexual activity in a men's restroom.
Idaho Sen. Larry Craig addresses the media in Downtown Boise with his wife, Suzanne, about his arrest and guilty plea for disorderly conduct in a Minnesota airport earlier this summer during a sting operation targeting alleged sexual activity in a men's restroom. Joe Jaszewski / The Idaho Statesman
Idaho Sen. Larry Craig addresses the media in Downtown Boise with his wife, Suzanne, about his arrest and guilty plea for disorderly conduct in a Minnesota airport earlier this summer during a sting operation targeting alleged sexual activity in a men's restroom. Joe Jaszewski / The Idaho Statesman

Sen. Larry Craig reaches out to Senate colleagues

September 15, 2007 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 25, 2008 09:18 PM

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