Kansas City, Mo. U.S. Rep. Jerry Moran says he has met with House ethics investigators to discuss rent he pays at a home in Washington D.C.
The Kansas City Star reports that a spokesman for the Kansas Republican said Monday that Moran had answered all the investigators' questions about paying below-market rent at a "C Street" home.
The spokesman would not say when the meeting occurred.
Moran, who is currently running for the U.S. Senate, lives at the home owned by a Christian organization known as the Fellowship, or the Family. Several members of Congress, including Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback, have lived at the home.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed an ethics complaint in April alleging that Congressional members who pay $950 a month in rent are receiving an improper gift. The group sent also filed a complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee.