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Congress Quietly Votes To Hide Financial Disclosures

Congress Quietly Votes To Hide Financial Disclosures

By Stephen Dinan-The Washington Times
Updated: 1:28 p.m. | Friday, April 12, 2013

The Senate voted late Thursday to free thousands of federal government employees from having to disclose their financial dealings online, in a move that’s proving to be controversial.

The National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) says posting all of that information online poses a national security risk. But the open-government group Sunlight Foundation says releasing staffers from online disclosure mandates eviscerates part of last year’s Stock Act, designed to stop insider trading by federal officials.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/apr/12/senate-votes...

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Where can we find a vote

Where can we find a vote record on this? Gov track doesn't have anything.

Says it was unanimous in House and Senate... meaning no Liberty reps opposed it?

Southern Agrarian

Previous DP article on Stock

Previous DP article on Stock Act.

Goons don't want their financial interests known to the public.

Southern Agrarian

This vote compliments the Stock Act's...

exclusion of political intelligence firms (PIF). Recently, shares of some insurance companies rose sharply after a PIF shared policy info with customers 35 minutes before the Obama administration announced changes to Medicare.


For more info check out the post "Fraud and the Federal Debt".

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