Outside Ethics Group Says 7 House Lawmakers Didn't Disclose Stock Trades
An outside ethics group on Wednesday filed ethics complaints against seven U.S. House lawmakers — four Democrats and three Republicans — for failing to report stock trades.
One of the members of Congress — New York Democratic Rep. Tom Suozzi — failed to file required reports on approximately 300 transactions, according to the complaint from the Campaign Legal Center (CLC).
Five of the seven lawmakers sit on the powerful House Financial Services Committee.
It's the latest example of a bipartisan trend that has emerged almost 10 years after Congress overwhelmingly...