Congressional financial disclosure forms now onlineBy Bill Allison Jun 14 2007 8:44 p.m.
Today is the day that members of Congress must make their personal financial disclosure forms public. The Center for Responsive Politics has them up here. PoliticalMoneyLine, a division of Congressional Quarterly, has them online, in big, state-by-state PDFs. The House is here, the Senate here.
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