Your Tax Dollars at Work (Henry Cisneros Edition)
From today's Wash Post comes this blast of '90s nostalgia (wasn't that a time?):
The Senate agreed yesterday to cut off money to the decade-long investigation of former housing and urban development secretary Henry G. Cisneros, which has cost nearly $21 million….
Cisneros admitted in 1999 that, when being considered for a Cabinet job, he lied to the FBI about how much he paid a former mistress. Cisneros, housing secretary from 1993 to 1996, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor and was fined $10,000.
President Bill Clinton pardoned Cisneros in January 2001.
Whole thing here.