Here's how much Lauren Boebert's husband made from energy consulting in just two years
"Voters have a right to know what financial interest their elected officials might be beholden to," Kedric Payne, who serves as the senior director of ethics with the Campaign Legal Center, said to The Washington Post on the matter. Payne told the outlet they think the Office of Congressional Ethics should review the matter to figure out if the lack of inclusion was intentional or a genuine mistake. What's at stake? According to Payne, the intent here could prove criminal, coming with "large fines" and even "possible imprisonment."
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