WASHINGTON-- The Public Securities Association and its executive vice president contributed a total of $6,000 to Rep. Dan Rostenkowski's legal defense fund in 1993, House records show.

The Illinois Democrat set up the fund in 1993 after he became the target of a federal investigation into the House Post Office scandal. Last month he was charged in a 17-count indictment that includes allegations of conspiracy to violate federal laws and embezzlement of government property.

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