Washington D.C. ethics watchdogs say Congressional candidate Justin Fareed, pictured during a February 2016 debate, left out required information about his family’s ranching business on his financial disclosure forms. The omission, one legislative expert said, obscured his family’s ties to the oil industry.
Washington D.C. ethics watchdogs say Congressional candidate Justin Fareed, pictured during a February 2016 debate, left out required information about his family’s ranching business on his financial disclosure forms. The omission, one legislative expert said, obscured his family’s ties to the oil industry. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Washington D.C. ethics watchdogs say Congressional candidate Justin Fareed, pictured during a February 2016 debate, left out required information about his family’s ranching business on his financial disclosure forms. The omission, one legislative expert said, obscured his family’s ties to the oil industry. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

Congressional hopeful Justin Fareed should disclose ranching and oil ties, watchdogs say

January 19, 2018 12:42 PM