Rep. Lauren Boebert failed to disclose that her husband raked in nearly $1 million from an energy company over 2 years
This failure is a violation of ethics and campaign finance laws, which require candidates to disclose their spouse's and children's income or assets. "It is not common for members to not disclose their spouse's income because it's just a very clear requirement under the law," Kedric Payne, senior director of ethics for the Campaign Legal Center, said. Payne said Boebert should provide a "very public explanation" of the discrepancy. He expects the Office of Congressional Ethics will open an inquiry if they have questions about whether the violation was intentional.
Read the full article here.