Pennsylvania Congressman Fattah Pleads Not Guilty to Fraud

(Bloomberg) -- U.S. Representative Chaka Fattah of Pennsylvania speaks about charges that he used charitable and federal grant money to pay off an illegal $1 million loan and some of his son’s student debt. Fattah spoke outside Philadelphia federal court where he entered a not guilty plea Tuesday and was released on $100,000 bail. (Source: Bloomberg)

Representative Chaka Fattah of Pennsylvania pleaded not guilty to charges he used charitable and federal grant money to pay off part of a $1 million loan and campaign funds to repay his son’s student debt.

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