Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) Avg. Net Worth of Household in 2006 and I'm homeless

5. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)
Avg. Net Worth of
Household in 2006:
$79,555,657

Spouse Name and Title:
Richard Blum
Chairman, Blum Capital Partners, LP
Senate Committee Memberships
& Symbols Guide:

Chair, Rules and Administration
Judiciary
Appropriations
Intelligence


2007 Financial Disclosure Report 12.9MB
Top 5 stocks ownedTop 5 stocks owned by spouseTop 5 stocks purchasedTop 5 stocks purchased by spouseTop 5 stocks soldTop 5 stocks sold by spouseRelated Articles
Top 5 Stocks Owned as of Dec. 31, 2007
Company Amount Additional Information
1. Sep. 23, 1991 Dianne Feinstein Trust -- Qualified Blind Trust $1,000,001 - $5,000,000 No specific stock investments provided.
2. Federated Government Reserve $1,000,000 - $5,000,000 No specific stock investments provided.
3. Bertram Feinstein Trust $1,000,000 - $5,000,000 No specific stock investments provided.
4. Dreyfus Treasury Prime Cash $0 - $1,000 No specific stock investments provided.
[No other stocks owned as of Dec. 31, 2007]
Top 5 Stocks Owned by Spouse as of Dec. 31, 2007
Company Amount Additional Information
1. Kinetic Concepts, Inc. Over $3,943,017 -
Over $6,197,000
• Kinetic Concepts, Inc. received $27,500,945 in government contracts for fiscal year 2007, including approx. $21 million frm the Department of Veterans Affairs.

• Senator Feinstein sits on the following committee that may present a conflict of interest with this investment: Appropriations
2. CB Richard Ellis Group Over $3,015,004 -
Over $4,050,000
• CB Richard Ellis Group received $2,120,047 in government contracts for fiscal year 2007.

• Senator Feinstein sits on the following committee that may present a conflict of interest with this investment:
3. Career Education Corporation Over $1,647,013 -
Over $3,532,000
• Career Education Corp. received $10,285 in services sold to the Air Force for fiscal year 2007.

• Senator Feinstein sits on the following committee that may present a conflict of interest with this investment:
4. CB Realty Finance, Inc. Over $1,000,000 None found
5. RAE Systems Inc. Over $1,000,000 • RAE Systems Inc. received $1,187,460 in government contracts for fiscal year 2007, including $617,796 from the Navy.

• Senator Feinstein sits on the following committee that may present a conflict of interest with this investment: Intelligence and
Top 5 Stock Purchases in 2007
Company
Amount
Additional Information
[No stock purchases made in 2007.]
Top 5 Stock Purchases by Spouse in 2007
Company Amount
Additional Information
1. CB Realty Finance, Inc. Over $1,500,001-
Over $2,000,000
None found
[No other stock purchases made by spouse in 2007.]
Top 5 Stock Sales in 2007
Company
Amount
Additional Information
[No stock sales made in 2007.]
Top 5 Stock Sales by Spouse in 2007
Company
Amount
Additional Information
[No stock sales made by spouse in 2007.]
Articles on Senator's Stock Trades and Potential Conflicts of Interest
"As chairperson and ranking member of the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee (MILCON) from 2001 through the end of 2005, Feinstein supervised the appropriation of billions of dollars a year for specific military construction projects. Two defense contractors whose interests were largely controlled by her husband, financier Richard C. Blum, benefited from decisions made by Feinstein as leader of this powerful subcommittee...
From 1997 through the end of 2005, with Feinstein's knowledge, Blum was a majority owner of both URS Corp. and Perini Corp...
From 2001 to 2005, URS earned $792 million from military construction and environmental cleanup projects approved by MILCON; Perini earned $759 million from such MILCON projects. In her annual Public Financial Disclosure Reports, Feinstein records a sizeable family income from large investments in Perini, which is based in Framingham, Mass., and in URS, headquartered in San Francisco..."
Peter Byrne, "Senator Feinstein's Iraq Conflict," Metro Silicon Valley, Jan. 24-20, 2007
"Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., has abruptly walked away from her responsibilities with the Senate Military Construction Appropriations Subcommittee after a report linked her votes to the financial well-being of her husband's companies, which received billions of dollars worth of military construction contracts she approved."
"Feinstein Quits Committee Under War-Profiteer Cloud," WorldNetDaily.com, Mar. 28, 2007
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