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Sex Chats in the State House

Maryland lawmakers are chattering this morning about the news of Public Service Commissioner Charles Boutin's strikingly candid admission about going on line with an alleged prostitute from his State House office, when he was a state delegate.

Boutin issued the statement in the advance of a release, expected today, of copies of his e-mails that surfaced during an investigation into a prostitution ring in his home county of Harford.

Several of Boutin's former legislative colleagues recalled this morning that a staff secretary had found pornographic material on Boutin's computer screen years back when he was serving as a Republican delegate. Del. Joanne Parrot, another Harford Republican, said Boutin disavowed knowledge of it and cast suspicion on an intern and on the night crew that cleans the building after delegates leave.

"It's all very bizarre," Parrott said.

By  |  April 7, 2006; 10:32 AM ET
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