WASHINGTON -- A New Jersey congressman earned at least $50,000 on his investment in a home-state mutual thrift that converted to stock form, Roll call newspaper reported this week.

There is no suggestion that Rep. Robert G. Torricelli, D-N.J., received special treatment in the 1992 initial public offering. Regulators and lawmakers have roundly criticized the deals as bonazas for thrift insiders.

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