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Frank warned colleague not to aid troubled bank

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By Susan Milligan and Beth Healy
Globe Staff / August 3, 2010

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WASHINGTON — US Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts urged Representative Maxine Waters of California to avoid any dealings with Boston-based OneUnited Bank because her husband owned stock in it. But the Democratic congresswoman didn’t heed his warnings, according to a House ethics report released yesterday, and now faces a possible trial before her colleagues over a conflict of interest with ... (Full article: 1182 words)

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