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Sen. Shaheen to amend her financial disclosure form
The move was quickly cast by the Republican State Committee as further evidence that her family engaged in “a shady stock deal” involving the company, Ultrawave Labs Inc.
A Shaheen spokesman had told the New Hampshire Union Leader and other media outlets that William Shaheen’s stock options in Ultrawave had expired before they were acted on.
Shaheen spokesman Harrell Kirstein said on Thursday that the form would be amended to reflect the fact that the options had in fact expired. He noted that it was not unusual for members of the Senate to amend the disclosure forms.
GOP Committee Chairman Jennifer Horn stated: “It’s clear that Senator Shaheen provided inaccurate information to the Senate Ethics Committee on her personal financial disclosure form. This error raises questions about a potential conflict of interest involving the Shaheens and their involvement with a company that received federal stimulus funds.”
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