In February 2005, Rahall used Congressional stationery to write a letter to a Fairfax County judge, David Stitt, asking for leniency for his son, Nick Rahall III, who was facing felony robbery charges. According to the House ethics manual: “Official stationery ... may be used only for official purposes." Rahall acknowledged that he should not have used Congressional stationery for his letter, but said it was not the same type that he uses for official or committee business. Rahall added he may have drawn the wrong paper "[i]n the emotions", and that he would reimburse the Treasury Department for the cost of the paper.    The United States House Committee on Ethics did not launch an inquiry into the incident. 
Have just completed 8 weeks (two packs) of this stack, great size , strength and definition gains. Strength increase from the beginning of week two, size progressively increased from the end of week two right through to week 8. Had loads of positive comments from those who do train and those who don't. No back pumps or bloating, no estro issues at all which can be a problem for me. I did have some dry burn pain at the end of very heavy sets. Up your fluid intake as I found I needed to so as to keep things flushed out. All in all I highly recommend this stack at any time but especially at the beginning of and through summer.