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Dec 30, 2021

Members of Congress have been given a searchable rating for their based on their adherence to personal finance laws. John Iadarola and Dave Levinthal break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://www.businessinsider.com/conflicted-congress-key-findings-stock-act-finances-investing-2021-12
"'Conflicted Congress': Key findings from Insider's five-month investigation into federal lawmakers' personal finances
The nation is unabashedly polarized. Republicans and Democrats enjoy little goodwill and less commonality.
But in Washington, DC, a bipartisan phenomenon is thriving. Numerous members of Congress, both liberal and conservative, are united in their demonstrated indifference toward a law designed to quash corruption and curb conflicts-of-interest."
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