Rep. Steny H. Hoyer (D-5th District)

<b>Total value assets:  $18,005-$96,000</b><br>
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Earned income: Maryland State Retirement Agency, $20,481.<br>
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Honoraria: None.<br>
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Major assets: Congressional Federal Credit Union, $15,001-$50,000; Citibank NA Bank Deposit Program, $1,001-$15,000; <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP015040" title="Telkonet Incorporated" href="/topic/business/telkonet-incorporated-ORCRP015040.topic">Telkonet</a>, $1,001-$15,000; Western Asset Government Money Market Fund, $1,001-$15,000.<br>
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Major sources of unearned income: Berkshire Income Reality, $2,501-$5,000; Legg Mason Value Trust Fund, $1,001-$2,500.<br>
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Major liabilities: None.<br>
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Gifts: None.<br>
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Hoyer reports selling between $166,004 and $415,000 in assets in 2010 and transferring the proceeds to his Thrift Savings Plan, a federal defined contribution plan. The Southern Maryland lawmaker, the second-highest ranking Democrat in the House, reports serving on the board of St. Mary's College.

( Handout, Getty Images / June 12, 2011 )

Total value assets: $18,005-$96,000

Earned income: Maryland State Retirement Agency, $20,481.

Honoraria: None.

Major assets: Congressional Federal Credit Union, $15,001-$50,000; Citibank NA Bank Deposit Program, $1,001-$15,000; Telkonet, $1,001-$15,000; Western Asset Government Money Market Fund, $1,001-$15,000.

Major sources of unearned income: Berkshire Income Reality, $2,501-$5,000; Legg Mason Value Trust Fund, $1,001-$2,500.

Major liabilities: None.

Gifts: None.

Hoyer reports selling between $166,004 and $415,000 in assets in 2010 and transferring the proceeds to his Thrift Savings Plan, a federal defined contribution plan. The Southern Maryland lawmaker, the second-highest ranking Democrat in the House, reports serving on the board of St. Mary's College.

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