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Katherine in the House, photographic evidence

U.S. News & World Report posts photographs of former Rep. Katherine Harris, R-Sarasota, making the rounds Tuesday night on the House floor.

Harris, who as a former member of Congress, retains the right to enter the chamber, apparently passed out business cards and invites to her Capitol Hill home before President Bush took the stage for his state of the union address.

Photos here: www.usnews.com/usnews/politics/washingtonwhispers/070124/and_you_thought_katherine_harr.htm

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