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How House and Senate Versions of the STOCK Act Differ

For all you following the STOCK Act's progress on the Hill, Covington & Burling has a helpful primer on the House and Senate versions of the bill, pointing out key differences between the two.

The differences include political intelligence consultant registration under the Lobbying Disclosure Act - which the Senate bill requires but not the House version - and changes to public corruption prosecutions.

The primer also lists the provisions in both the bills, including the ones banning insider trading by lawmakers and requiring the disclosure of securities transactions and mortgages.

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