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Hawley introduces bill banning lawmakers from making stock trades in office

Hawley introduces bill banning lawmakers from making stock trades in office
13 days ago·Washington, United States
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Two senators from different sides of the aisle have both introduced similar bills that would ban lawmakers and their families from buying and selling stocks while in office. If passed, the legislation would not allow lawmakers to use inside information to trade stocks and make money. The issue of lawmakers trading stocks has gained traction on Capitol Hill in recent weeks and has widespread bipartisan support.
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Scoop: Josh Hawley introducing his own bill to ban lawmakers from trading stock

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) plans to introduce his own bill to prevent members of Congress from trading stocks, while Sen. Jon Ossoff (D-Ga.) teams up with fellow Democrat Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.), Axios has learned.Why it matters: This means there will be now be two similar bills to ban stock trades individually championed by two vastly different lawmakers—further complicating the effort to pass a stock trading ban this session. Stay on top of the lat…

14 days ago·Los Angeles, United States
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CTV News

Ossoff, Hawley introduce bills that would ban U.S. lawmakers from trading stocks

Two U.S. senators from different sides of the aisle have both introduced similar bills that would ban lawmakers and their families from buying and selling stocks while in office.

13 days ago·Toronto, Canada
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CNN

Ossoff, Hawley introduce bills that would ban lawmakers from trading stocks

Two senators from different sides of the aisle have both introduced similar bills that would ban lawmakers and their families from buying and selling stocks while in office.

13 days ago·Atlanta, United States
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CNBC

Competing bills could ban lawmakers from trading stocks while in office

Sens. Jon Ossoff and Josh Hawley introduced competing bills to ban members of Congress and their immediate family members from trading stocks while in office.

12 days ago·United States
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The Hill

Hawley introduces bill banning lawmakers from making stock trades in office

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced on Wednesday that he will introduce a bill banning congressional lawmakers and their spouses from maintaining stock holdings or making new transactions while in office....

14 days ago·Washington, United States
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KVIA

Ossoff, Hawley introduce bills that would ban lawmakers from trading stocks

By Daniella Diaz, CNNTwo senators from different sides of the aisle have both introduced similar bills that would ban lawmakers and their families from buying and selling stocks while in office.Democratic Sen. Jon Ossoff of Georgia introduced a bill this week with fellow Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona called the Ban Congressional Stock Trading Act, which would require lawmakers, their spouses and dependent children to place their stock po…

13 days ago
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