We've received more financial disclosures from Obama administration officials and nominees — and as always we're posting them for you to peruse. The White House's strict new ethics rules require appointees to recuse themselves from conflicts of interest and to document their investments in detail. We've added about 60 nominees to our ongoing feature.
The documents give an inside look at the people who will be running government agencies and crafting new regulations. Lawrence Summers, director of the president's National Economic Council, made millions speaking to banks that recently got bailed out, but Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is still paying off a $200,000 loan for his children's college expenses.
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