News from The Hill:
Reid holds congressional insider trading bill’s future in his hands
By Mike Lillis
Popular legislation designed to prevent congressional insider trading has been idling for weeks as strange political dynamics complicate Sen. Harry Reid’s decision on a path forward.
Moving the STOCK Act wasn’t supposed to be complicated, but differences over a key section of the bill on political intelligence have created unusual political bedfollows and left supporters waiting anxiously for action from Reid.
- Reid holds congressional insider trading bill’s future in his hands (thehill.com)
- Did You Know That Members of the Congress Have Been Raking in Money via Insider Trading…Legally? (goodolewoody.wordpress.com)
- Senate begins debate on insider trading bill (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com)
- Senate to vote on bill to prevent insider trading on Capitol Hill (foxnews.com)
- Senate Democrats: Apply Insider Trading Rules to Top Federal Officials (usnews.com)
- Cantor’s New Leadership Style? (politicalwire.com)
- Reid: ‘Other stuff’ has pushed ethics bill to back burner (politico.com)
- Senate passes STOCK Act, but with what amendments? (professorbainbridge.com)