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Passage of STOCK Act

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Congressman Sam Farr (D-Carmel) issued the following statement after the House passage of the STOCK Act:

"By passing the STOCK Act today, the House took a positive step forward to restore trust and confidence in Congress. But I am disappointed that my Republican colleagues failed to seize the opportunity to present the strongest piece of legis
This is good first step, but I look forward to both Leaders in the House and the Senate moving the STOCK Act to conference and strengthening and finalizing a bill that the American people can get behind." lation possible, and instead put forth a watered down version.

Congressman Sam Farr (D-Carmel) issued the following statement after the House passage of the STOCK Act:

"By passing the STOCK Act today, the House took a positive step forward to restore trust and confidence in Congress. But I am disappointed that my Republican colleagues failed to seize the opportunity to present the strongest piece of legislation possible, and instead put forth a watered down version.

This is good first step, but I look forward to both Leaders in the House and the Senate moving the STOCK Act to conference and strengthening and finalizing a bill that the American people can get behind."

This is good first step, but I look forward to both Leaders in the House and the Senate moving the STOCK Act to conference and strengthening and finalizing a bill that the American people can get behind."


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