A non-partisan ethics watchdog organization demanded an investigation into Democrat Sen. John Hickenlooper’s (D-CO) stock transactions after he allegedly failed to disclose numerous stock transactions done by his spouse between March and November 2021 in the timeframe required by federal law.
The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT) filed a complaint with the Senate Select Committee on Ethics asking for it to “immediately investigate” Hickenlooper’s spouse’s stock transactions after he failed to disclose numerous transactions from March and November of 2021, valued at up to $1.3 million, which he finally reported on May 16.
Some reported late stock transactions were Liberty Media Corporation, Liberty Broadband Corporation, and Qurate Retail, Inc. In fact, the ethics watchdog noted that two of the transactions reported this May were over a year old by the time he reported them.
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