Lawmakers Unlikely to Be Banned From Trading Stocks, at Least for Now

Despite months of talk in the US Senate and an aborted September vote in the US House, it’s increasingly likely that this congressional session will end without a vote in either chamber on banning members of Congress from trading stocks.

Before Republicans take control of the House in January, Democrats are scrambling to keep the government funded, raise the debt limit, and reform the Electoral Count Act, among other priorities.

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