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How Tampa Bay area lawmakers fare

Here are what Florida's senators and the Tampa Bay area members of Congress said on their financial disclosure forms.

Sen. Bob Graham,

Democrat

Earned Income: $129,500. Honoraria, all donated to charity: none. Major assets: Graham Companies holdings include real estate and a golf resort in Dade County valued at more than $1-million. Major sources of unearned income: a condominium in Panama City brings in rental income of $5,001 to $15,000, the same for rental of a townhouse in Gainesville. Major liabilities: mortgage on a rental property valued between $100,001 and $250,000. Gifts: none.

Narrative: Earned income includes deferred profit sharing plan from The Graham Companies. Spouse purchased 15 new investments, sold eight, with most transactions involving municipal bonds or municipal bond funds. Spouse's interest in The Graham Companies: beef and dairy cattle in central Florida and south Georgia valued between $250,001 and $500,000. National Association of Partners in Education financed trips for senator or spouse to visit model education programs in San Francisco; Hartford and Norwalk, Conn.; Albuquerque, N.M. and Santa Domingo Pueblo, N.M. Pensacola Chamber of Commerce paid for trip to Merida, Yucatan, to explore increased trade possibilities between Yucatan and the Pensacola region.

Sen. Connie Mack,

Republican

Earned Income: $129,500. Honoraria, all donated to charity: $2,000. Major assets: a trust valued between $50,001 and $100,000. Major sources of unearned income: dividends and income from the trust, $2,501 to $5,000. Major liabilities: mortgage valued between $15,001 and $50,000. Gifts: none.

Narrative: Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism paid for 10-day fact-finding trip to Israel.

Rep. Karen L. Thurman,

Democrat for District 5

Earned Income: none. Honoraria, all donated to charity: none. Major assets: life insurance, $15,000 to $50,000. Major sources of unearned income: none. Major liabilities: guarantor of loan, $15,000 to $50,000. Gifts: none.

Narrative: Freshman

Rep. Michael Bilirakis,

Republican from District 9

Earned Income: $132,500. Honoraria, all donated to charity: $2,000. Major assets: real estate, including a rental house in Palm Harbor, valued at $100,000 to $250,000; bank accounts and stock. Major sources of unearned income: rental income from real estate, interest from bank accounts and certificates of deposit. Major liabilities: personal bank loan of $15,000 to $50,000. Gifts: none.

Narrative: Bilirakis took trips to Las Vegas with his wife, paid by the National Association of Broadcasters, and to Miami with his wife, paid by the Florida Telephone Association. Earned $3,000 as a personal representation fee for an estate.

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W. Bill Young,

Republican from District 10

Earned Income: $129,500. Honoraria, all donated to charity: none. Major assets: real estate, Indian Rocks Beach, $100,000 to $250,000; note receivable, Judith Flynn, $50,000 to $100,000. Major sources of unearned income: interest on note, $5,000 to $15,000; rent, $1,000 to $2,500. Major liabilities: mortgage on Indian Rocks Beach property, $100,000 to $250,000. Gifts: none.

Narrative: Young and his wife were given food and lodging for speaking to the National Marrow Donor Program in Denver.

Rep. Sam Gibbons,

Democrat from District 11

Earned Income: $131,629. Honoraria, all donated to charity: $16,500. Major assets: home in Belleair Beach, $100,000 to $250,000; stock in Florida Land Title, $1,000 to $2,500. Major sources of unearned income: rent, $2,500 to $5,000. Major liabilities: none. Gifts: none.

Narrative: Gibbons gave two paid speeches on each of two days to interest groups.

Rep. Charles T. Canady,

Republican from District 12

Earned Income: $43,832. Honoraria, all donated to charity: none. Major assets: Canady holds stock in a Lakeland law firm valued at $15,000 to $50,000. Major sources of unearned income: none. Major liabilities: promissory note to law firm, $10,000 to $15,000. Gifts: none.

Narrative: Freshman Canady received $43,832 in salary from his law firm.

Rep. Dan Miller,

Republican from District 13

Earned Income: $213,442. Honoraria, all donated to charity: none. Major assets: interests in several family businesses, real estate, bonds and money market accounts. The largest business owns office buildings, a nursing center and other real estate, and his interest is valued at more than $1-million. Major sources of unearned income: business interests yielded income totaling $85,000 to $215,000; rental from 210 acres in Louisiana brought in $15,000 to $50,000. Major liabilities: business loans totaling $300,000 to $400,000. Gifts: none.

Narrative: A freshman, Miller's business interests include a restaurant and marina, a retirement residence, the wholesaling of tropical fish and reptiles, and the injection molding of plastics _ particularly medical supplies.

Rep. E. Clay Shaw Jr., a Republican from District 22, was granted an extension.

_ Associated Press

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