Senator's Disorderly Conduct Plea Comes to Light Sen. Larry Craig (R-ID) was arrested in June after allegedly trying to engage an undercover police officer in lewd behavior in a Minneapolis airport men's room, according to Roll Call. The senator pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, but denies he was soliciting sex.
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Senator's Disorderly Conduct Plea Comes to Light

Senator's Disorderly Conduct Plea Comes to Light

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Sen. Larry Craig (R-ID) was arrested in June after allegedly trying to engage an undercover police officer in lewd behavior in a Minneapolis airport men's room, according to Roll Call. The senator pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, but denies he was soliciting sex. Roll Call reporter John McArdle talks with Alex Cohen.