Insider Trading Prohibition Act: Why 12 Republican Representatives Voted Against It | Fortune

Huizenga said it’s unlikely the bill will see the light of day in the Senate anyway, but that he did talk to Himes after the vote and the pair agreed to continue to work on the language in the bill.

“The Senate banking committee has gone 500-plus days without even having a markup, so there’s not much in this space that’s going to get through,” said Davidson. “But when something does go through we want to set the markets so that it does become law, it’s a good law.”

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