Stevens gets second extension for filing finance report

Schor, Elana
July 2007
Hill;7/17/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 86, p5
The article reports that Senator Ted Stevens received a second extension for filing his 2006 financial disclosure in the U.S. The extension came after he acknowledged that the federal inquiry of ties between Alaska politicians and VECO Corp., an oil pipeline service and construction company, could complicate his re-election bid. According to Stevens spokesman Aaron Saunders, the Ethics Committee extended Stevens's filing after wrapping up an examination of his finances.


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