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48 members of Congress (or their families) are Apple investors


Philip Elmer-DeWitt is a senior editor at Fortune.

Here's a nifty piece of research from MapLight, a nonpartisan research organization based in Berkeley, Calif.

Drawing from the personal financial statements filed by the 113rd Congress, MapLight has assembled a spreadsheet that lists the politicians' individual investments in nearly 2,000 public companies. It's searchable by name and company.


Below: The Apple holdings of 48 senators, representatives and their family members.

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Note: Lawmakers are not required to disclose the exact value of the assets they hold, but rather a minimum and maximum value for each asset.

Source: MapLight. Thanks to ArsTechnica's David Kravets for the tip.

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