In this file photo, Sen. Larry Craig takes part in a Senate Environment and Public Works hearing in Washington.
In this file photo, Sen. Larry Craig takes part in a Senate Environment and Public Works hearing in Washington. Dennis Cook/AP
In this file photo, Sen. Larry Craig takes part in a Senate Environment and Public Works hearing in Washington. Dennis Cook/AP

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September 23, 2007 12:00 AM

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