House banking scandal

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The House banking scandal was an affair in 1992 involving members of congress who were writing themselves checks for cash.[1] The scandal was also sometimes referred to as Rubbergate[2] or the check-kiting scandal.[3]

Members implicated

The following are the top 22 offenders:[4]

Name State Party # of checks Months overdue
Bill Alexander Arkansas Democrat 487 19
Tommy Robinson Arkansas A former Democrat 996 16
Jim Bates California Democrat 89 9
Doug Bosco California Democrat 124 13
Tony Coelho California Democrat 316 12
Charles Hatcher Georgia Democrat 819 35
Charles Hayes Illinois Democrat 716 15
Carl Perkins Kentucky Democrat 514 14
Joseph Early Massachusetts Democrat 140 15
John Conyers Michigan Democrat 273 9
Robert Davis Michigan Republican 878 13
William Clay Missouri Democrat 328 9
Robert Mrazek New York Democrat 920 23
Stephen Solarz New York Democrat 743 30
Edolphus Towns New York Democrat 408 18
Edward Feighan Ohio Democrat 397 8
Mary Rose Oakar Ohio Democrat 213 18
Mickey Edwards Oklahoma Republican 386 13
Bill Goodling Pennsylvania Republican 430 9
Doug Walgren Pennsylvania Democrat 858 16
Harold Ford Tennessee Democrat 388 31
Ronald Coleman Texas Democrat 673 23

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