California Congressman Took 2 Years to Pay Wages he Owed to Canadian Workers

The Fresno Bee

Delaney Marsco, legal counsel on ethics for the nonpartisan watchdog group Campaign Legal Center, said all of the above should have been disclosed on his initial candidate filing, but said inadvertent oversights and mistakes were plausible. She found the settlement issue more concerning. “Especially for first-time filers, inadvertent errors and omissions happen – this is why amendments are permitted in the first place,” Marsco said. “When discovered, we want members to file amendments instead of keeping their assets/salaries/liabilities secret.” Cox intends to keep a stake in five of his companies as a passive investor, his campaign said.

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