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Democratic Rep. Alan Lowenthal is one of Congress' most active stock traders, and he just violated a federal conflicts-of-interest law. Again

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Alan Lowenthal, a Democrat from California, has violated the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act on two occasions by failing to disclose stock trades by federal deadlines. Douglas Graham/CQ Roll Call
Rep. Alan Lowenthal has twice violated the STOCK Act with late stock-trade disclosures.
He's one of 64 members of Congress to violate the conflicts-of-interest law since last year.
Congress is considering banning lawmakers and their spouses from trading individual stock.
Democratic Rep. Alan Lowenthal of California has again violated a federal conflicts-of-interest law - this time by...
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