Congressman Himes under fire for Weiner contributions

Congressman Jim Himes is weighing whether he should return a $2,000 political contribution he got from embattled New York Congressman Anthony Weiner.U.S. Representative Joe Courtney

WASHINGTON - Congressman Jim Himes is weighing whether he should return a $2,000 political contribution he got from embattled New York Congressman Anthony Weiner.

U.S. Representative Joe Courtney from Connecticut has already given a $1,000 contribution from Wiener to charity.

Himes has come under fire from the National Republican Congressional Committee for not unloading the Weiner donation.

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