Federal workers bristle at some STOCK Act provisions

July 31, 2012 - 01:30 PM
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In April, President Obama signed the STOCK Act into law. STOCK, or Stop Trading On Congressional Knowledge, is a bipartisan measure designed to prevent members of Congress from using non-public information to help them make money on Wall Street.

Now, some top federal workers are concerned an expansion of the original measure will compromise their financial security.

Joe Davidson, Federal Diary columnist for the Washington Post, discussed the issue on Capital Insider.

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