Senate Democrats plan to grill Labor Secretary nominee Alexander Acosta of Miami next week over his handling of a plea agreement given to a billionaire sex offender while Acosta served as south Florida’s top U.S. prosecutor. He’s shown here in a 2008 file photo.
Senate Democrats plan to grill Labor Secretary nominee Alexander Acosta of Miami next week over his handling of a plea agreement given to a billionaire sex offender while Acosta served as south Florida’s top U.S. prosecutor. He’s shown here in a 2008 file photo. Alan Diaz AP
Senate Democrats plan to grill Labor Secretary nominee Alexander Acosta of Miami next week over his handling of a plea agreement given to a billionaire sex offender while Acosta served as south Florida’s top U.S. prosecutor. He’s shown here in a 2008 file photo. Alan Diaz AP

Senate Democrats gear up to grill Acosta over plea deal for billionaire sex offender

March 17, 2017 06:55 PM

UPDATED March 20, 2017 08:35 AM

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