• Some members of Congress are submitting comically illegible stock-trade disclosures - and nobody on Capitol Hill is doing anything about it

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

    Some federally mandated personal financial disclosure documents for Rep. Ro Khanna, a Democrat from California, are all but impossible to decipher. Reed Saxon/AP
    Members of Congress are required by law to disclose their stock trades.
    But some lawmakers' disclosures are almost impossible to read.
    Government watchdogs accuse some lawmakers of engaging in 'transparency theater'.
    The good news: Rep. Ro Khanna this week did better than many of his congressional colleagues when he complied with federal conflicts-of-interest law by submitting timely documents detailing more than 800 recent stock...
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