3 Members Of Congress Failed To Properly Disclose Up To $22 Million Of Stock Trades, Watchdog Says

The late disclosures by Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.), Rep. Blake Moore (R-Utah) and Rep. Pat Fallon (R-Texas) all violated the STOCK Act, the Campaign Legal Center said in its complaints to the Senate Ethics Committee and the Office of Congressional Ethics.  “When members of Congress trade individual stocks and fail to disclose those trades, they break the law and diminish the public’s trust in government,” Kedric Payne and Delaney Marsco, lawyers for CLC, wrote.

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