Indicted Rep. Chris Collins shows why members of Congress should not trade stocks

August 8, 2018
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· *Rep. Chris Collins, a prominent backer of President Donald Trump in Congress, has been indicted for insider trading, along with his son and his son's fiancée's father.*
· *Collins is on the board of an Australian pharmaceutical company. The SEC alleges he tipped his son about a failed clinical trial, and that the son...
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