Outrage of the Day: Rep. George Miller’s “Dirty Money”

Rep. George Miller (D-CA) has long been known for carrying water for labor unions. Now Kevin Mooney of the D.C. Examiner asks if he’s carrying dirty union money around, too:

WHO: Rep. George Miller, D-CA, chief House sponsor, Employee Free Choice Act (aka Card Check).

WHAT: Miller received the following dirty money: Communication Workers of America (PAC) $10,000 in 2008 cycle; $10,000 in 2006 cycle; Boilermakers Union (PAC) $10,000 in 2008; $6,500 in 2006. American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) $2,500 in 2008; $1,500 in 2006. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) $10,000 in 2008; $10,000 in 2006.

WHY IT’S DIRTY: At least eight members of these four unions have been convicted since 2001 of felonies ranging from embezzlement, falsifying official reports to government, mail fraud and conspiracy.”

-Kevin Mooney, “Dirty Money: Rep. George Miller,” D.C. Examiner, March 9, 2009

Mooney reports that Miller is ignoring media inquiries on the matter.

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