Rep. Chris Collins Won't Seek Re-election Amid Insider Trading Charges

August 11, 2018
Watch VideoRep. Chris Collins is suspending his re-election campaign amid charges of insider trading. 

The Department of Justice released a statement Wednesday saying Collins had been charged with with conspiracy, securities fraud, wire fraud and making false statements to the FBI.

That same day Collins said he'd remain...
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