The Hill’s 50 Wealthiest lawmakers: Page 51 of 51

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Wyoming’s only House member, Lummis saw her wealth grow from $5.6 million in 2010 to $5.9 million in 2011. Although her reported liabilities doubled, from at least $250,000 to $500,000, the increase in debt was offset by gains in several of her investments.

Lummis derives most of her wealth from interests from a variety of businesses, including Lummis Livestock, Arp and Hammond Hardware Co. and Old Horse Pasture Inc.

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Her husband — Al Wiederspahn, a former Wyoming state legislator and prominent lawyer — has stakes in several companies, as well as numerous commercial property holdings around Wyoming.

Lummis disclosed a Wells Fargo mortgage on a personal residence, valued at $250,000, likely because of new STOCK Act requirements.

- David Kaner

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