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Restoring TRUST in Congress

I firmly believe that Members of Congress, their spouses, and their dependent children should be prohibited from making decisions as to which individual stocks they are buying, trading, or selling while serving in Congress. Upon taking office, existing stock holdings should be sold or moved into a blind trust — just as my bipartisan TRUST in Congress Act requires.


What do you think? I want to know.

Should Members of Congress, their spouses, and their dependent children be able to personally buy, trade, or sell individual stocks while in office?
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