U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan acknowledged depositing $300,000 into her campaign coffers that was initially earned by her husband, Dave. The basis of a federal complaint against her, the transfer was covered by a “gray area” of campaign law, according to a statement by Trahan, who agreed she could have financed her election differently. Still, a watchdog group criticizes her failure to more promptly disclose her assets as “grossly negligent" at best and "a willful and deceitful effort to conceal those assets and campaign funding, in direct violation of federal law" at worst. What should be the consequence for the 3rd District's congresswoman?
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