Hammering the General Services Administration for allowing Miami’s historic David W. Dyer federal courthouse to linger unused for five years, a congressional subcommittee went so far as to suggest on Monday that the scandal-plagued agency be disbanded for mismanagement of federal properties and careless spending.
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