New Ethics Complaint Against Boxer

Steven Greenhut: The anti-corruption watchdog group, the Foundation for Ethics In Public Service, which was formed last year by the former North Carolina state auditor, recently filed complaints with the Department of Justice and the Senate Select Committee on Ethics alleging ethics violations by U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer of California. The group alleges that the Boxers failed to report their ownership interest in an Oakland home valued at more than $1 million on their financial disclosure forms between 2002 and 2010. Here is the copy of the complaint.

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