Ted Stevens releases personal financial data amidst ethics questions

Senator Ted Stevens released official financial disclosure forms for himself and his wife today. Originally due out a month ago, Stevens got extensions so the Senate Ethics Committee could review the disclosures. The delay raised questions about whether there might be some problem related to the ongoing FBI probe into the renovation of the Stevens’ Girdwood home and the wider VECO bribery scandal in the state.

Joel Southern, APRN – Washington, D.C.

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