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FTC Exclusive: Jackson Left Travel, Teaching, Spouse's Income Off Disclosures

Fix the Court has exclusively received then-Judge Jackson’s Supreme Court nominee financial disclosure report that shows she made critical omissions when filling out prior years’ reports.

Jackson admits on page 6 of the document, filed in March, that earlier in her judicial tenure she left off trips to Berkeley Law and the Aspen Institute; a teaching gig at George Washington University; four board positions; information on her daughters’ college fund; and “self-employed consulting income that my spouse periodically receives from consulting on medical malpractice cases.”


We’ve also received Jackson’s official year-end 2021 disclosure, which doesn’t note any of these omissions but otherwise is mostly a repeat of the nominee disclosure.

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