Lawmakers' suspicious stock trades undermine public trust in Congress

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A recent analysis by the nonpartisan watchdog group Campaign Legal Center has found that a lot of members of Congress were busily reshuffling their stock portfolios as the pandemic rocked the markets. From early February to early April, the group found, a dozen senators made 127 stock transactions — purchases or sales — while 37 House members made 1,358 transactions.

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