Ethics watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, commonly referred to as "CREW," has requested that the Senate Ethics Committee investigate whether Sen. John McCain failed to disclose gambling earnings as required by federal law and the Senate's own rules.
Citing recent press reports, CREW alleges that McCain failed to disclose income earned from gambling on the personal financial disclosure forms he's required to file as a senator. "Given Sen. McCain's history of gambling on a regular basis over the years, it is nearly impossible to imagine that he never won over $200, the amount that triggers the reporting requirement," CREW's request says.
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