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Questions for and Answers from U.S. Senator Larry Craig

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Questions for and Answers from U.S. Senator Larry Craig

Q: Why September 30?

A: Thousands of Idahoans come to me every year for assistance in resolving issues with federal agencies, like obtaining passports, resolving Social Security or pension problems, and I want to make sure as many of these are resolved as possible. What can't be resolved will be transferred to my successor in an orderly way. I want to make as smooth a transition as possible for Idaho.

Q: Will you return to Washington, D.C.? When?

A: That has not been determined.

Q: Will you continue to vote and attend hearings during this time?

A: See above.

Q: Who is your legal counsel?

A: Stan Brand with Brand Law Group has been retained to handle issues pertaining to the Senate Ethics Committee investigation: (202) 662-9700. Questions regarding all other legal affairs may be directed to Judy Smith at (202) 321-2563.

Q: Have you filed papers in Minnesota to begin your legal defense?

A: You'll have to speak with Judy Smith at the number above on any questions pertaining to legal affairs.

Q: Have you spoken with Governor Otter about a replacement?

A: No.

Q: Have you had any conversations with Lieutenant Governor Risch?

A: No.

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