Boebert pushed to loosen drilling rules. She failed to disclose her husband’s income from energy consulting.

The Washington Post

 Boebert’s failure to report her husband’s income from energy consulting plainly violates that requirement, said Kedric Payne, senior director of ethics for the Campaign Legal Center and a former deputy chief counsel in the Office of Congressional Ethics. “Voters have a right to know what financial interest their elected officials might be beholden to,” he said. Payne said the matter should be reviewed by the Office of Congressional Ethics to determine whether the discrepancy arose from an oversight or an intentional failure to disclose. An intentional failure “could be criminal,” he said, with the potential to result in “large fines and possible imprisonment.”

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