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Pamela Wallin's Senate Expense Repayments Could Top $100K

08/11/2013 09:12 EDT | Updated 10/11/2013 05:12 EDT
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Senator Pamela Wallin, whose expense claims have been the subject of an independent audit, could be forced to repay an amount surpassing $100,000, CBC News has learned.

CBC national affairs edtior Chris Hall said the long-awaited independent audit being conducted by the auditing firm Deloitte, whose report will go before a Senate committee on Monday, will reveal that Wallin owes a much greater amount than the $38,000 she has already voluntarily repaid.

"The auditors with Deloitte have identified substantial amounts that could put the total repayment well into six figures," Hall reported.

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