Congress quietly repeals plan for Internet financial disclosures
The Congress on Friday voted to repeal a plan to require Internet posting of a vast database of financial disclosures from congressional staff and many executive branch employees required by a new ethics-in-government law.
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#2 Apr 12, 2013
At long last!!! BIPARTISANSHIP.
Since: Mar 09
The Left Coast
#3 Apr 12, 2013
The last thing they need right now is for the world to see where their money is.
“Obama Shames the USA”
Since: Apr 09
#4 Apr 12, 2013
Obama is a tax-cheat and Biden is a cheap skate.
JZ and Beyonce are garbage to feed the Cuban military. Pure stupid filth.
#5 Apr 13, 2013
"Congress quietly repeals plan for Internet financial disclosures"
What we don't know can't hurt them (as in not being reelected).
#6 Apr 13, 2013
Time for some whistleblowers.
#7 Apr 18, 2013
Yup. Obama signed the bill Mon April 15. The basis of the repeal stems from a bill Eric Cantor introduced in 2012.
Harry Reid introduced latest bill S. 716 with no debate.
Business as usual. The 60 Minutes report was just a bump.
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