Ethics complaint filed against Iowa Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks


(Washington, D.C.) -- An ethics complaint is filed against Iowa Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks.

The Iowa Democratic Party filed the complaint with the Office of Congressional ethics on Monday, alleging that Miller-Meeks failed to disclose more than $80,000 in salary earned from 2019-2020. The complaint also alleges that some of Miller-Meeks' previously disclosed holdings, reportedly worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, were also not reported in new congressional filings. The Congresswoman's office says she is working to fix the errors.

Miller-Meeks is the second Iowa congresswoman recently facing an ethics complaint. Representative Cindy Axne is also the subject of a complaint for reportedly failing to disclose stock trades. Axne says she is taking action to correct the filings.


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