Congress Members’ Financial Disclosure Forms Made Public

Alaska’s congressional delegation  annual financial disclosure forms were made public  Wednesday.

Senator Lisa Murkowski’s forms reveals  that she, her husband and their children have investments worth between $300,000 and $1.2

Members of Congress do not have to reveal the value of their primary home or what  they owe on it.

Congressman Don Young has between $115,000 and $300,000 in investments and holds $165,000 to $400,000 at the Congressional credit union.

Young continues to take donations for his legal expense fund, which he disclosed in the “gifts” section of the financial form.  That totaled $25,000 – among the donors was Alaska Native regional corporation Chugach Alaska Corporation.