Republican Rep. Pat Fallon failed to properly disclose more than 90 stock transactions worth as much as $17.53 million in apparent violation of federal law
"You're overseeing an industry that you have an investment in. At minimum, it raises the appearance that this member could be leveraging his insight and intel," said Delaney Marsco, an ethics counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan nonprofit advocacy organization. "What information as a member of the Armed Services Committee does he have that we don't?” The independent, nonpartisan Office of Congressional Ethics could investigate Fallon's late disclosures.
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