S.1903 - STOCK bill ("STOCK Act")
A bill to prohibit commodities and securities trading based on nonpublic information relating to Congress, to require additional reporting by Members and employees of Congress of securities transactions, and for other purposes. view all titles (3)
All Bill Titles
- Official: A bill to prohibit commodities and securities trading based on nonpublic information relating to Congress, to require additional reporting by Members and employees of Congress of securities transactions, and for other purposes. as introduced.
- Short: Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act as introduced.
- Popular: STOCK bill ("STOCK Act").
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Interests that support this bill:
- Financial services & consulting Financial services & consulting (close)
- Consumer groups Consumer groups (close)
Top recipients for ALL supporting interest groups
|Name||Amount Received||Vote On Passage|
|Sen. Charles E. Schumer [D, NY]||$57,050|
|Sen. Michael F. Bennet [D, CO]||$18,322|
|Sen. Mark Kirk [R, IL]||$18,100|
|Sen. Rob Portman [R, OH]||$14,000|
|Sen. Johnny Isakson [R, GA]||$13,000|
|Sen. Harry Reid [D, NV]||$12,200|
|Sen. John Cornyn [R, TX]||$10,600|
|Sen. John McCain [R, AZ]||$9,475|
|Sen. Richard Burr [R, NC]||$9,250|
|Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand [D, NY]||$9,150|
|Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney [D, NY-12]||$20,690|
|Rep. Melvin L. Watt [D, NC-12]||$13,760|
|Rep. Randy Hultgren [R, IL-14]||$9,600|
|Rep. Charles B. Rangel [D, NY-13]||$9,550|
|Rep. Eric Cantor [R, VA-7]||$6,700|
|Rep. Paul Ryan [R, WI-1]||$5,900|
|Rep. André Carson [D, IN-7]||$5,119|
|Rep. Erik Paulsen [R, MN-3]||$5,100|
|Rep. Lamar Smith [R, TX-21]||$5,050|
|Rep. Michael G. Grimm [R, NY-11]||$4,800|
Specific Organizations Supporting S.1903
- Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
- Common Cause
- Democracy 21
- Public Citizen
- Public Interest Research Group
- Campaign Legal Center
- Natioanal Association of Personal Financial Advisors
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