Report: House Dem Leaders Rankle Congress After Stock Ban Delay

The House Democratic leadership has drawn the ire of lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, after apparently waiting too long to present a bill banning stock trades involving members of Congress.

According to The Hill, Democrat leaders unveiled stock-trading-ban legislation Tuesday, just days before Congress’ extended recess, in advance of the midterm elections on Nov. 8.

As a result, the other lawmakers fear there won’t be enough time to read, discuss, possibly edit, and ultimately vote on the proposal, according to reports.

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