Politics & Government

February 26, 2010 6:31 AM

Rubio's charges to GOP credit card included $134 haircut

More details have come out on how Marco Rubio, the former Florida speaker and conservative darling vying to defeat Florida Gov. Charlie Crist for the Republican Party's U.S. Senate nomination, used a state party American Express card. Crist and Democrats denounced the spending, the latest in an ongoing controversy over how state party funds have been used.

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