Eliminate Eric Cantor’s Insider Trading Loophole
Sign the Petition to Support a Strong STOCK Act
Both houses of Congress passed the STOCK Act, the bill that would stop congressional insider trading.
But the version that passed in the House is substantially weaker than the version that passed in the Senate. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) did his campaign funders on Wall Street a huge favor by including a loophole for lobbyists and hedge fund managers who trade on congressional insider information.
We can defeat Cantor’s loophole, which would allow Wall Street’s minions to prowl the halls of Congress in search of insider info that can be turned to cash on the stock market.
Show your support for a strong STOCK Act.
Sign the petition to demand that Congress eliminate Cantor’s Wall Street insider trading loophole.
We, the undersigned, call on Congress to send to the President’s desk a strong STOCK Act. Reject Rep. Eric Cantor’s version, and oppose his loophole that would allow Wall Street minions to prowl the halls of Congress in search of inside information. To restore confidence in government, we need Congress to pass sweeping ethics legislation without loopholes carved out for special interests.
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|Number||Date||Name||Add a Comment|
|48746||Sun Mar 18 21:14:40 EDT 2012||Elaine Mazzo|
|48745||Sun Mar 18 16:06:42 EDT 2012||Brandelyn W|
|48744||Sun Mar 18 04:34:27 EDT 2012||Sally Moore|
|48743||Sun Mar 18 01:26:23 EDT 2012||Jeff Tolhurst|
|48742||Sun Mar 18 00:40:18 EDT 2012||Anonymous|
|48741||Sun Mar 18 00:18:48 EDT 2012||Lori Gilio|
|48740||Sat Mar 17 23:29:54 EDT 2012||Judy Wood|
|48739||Sat Mar 17 14:16:41 EDT 2012||Larry Lapuyade|
|48738||Sat Mar 17 13:53:06 EDT 2012||Mary Price|
|48737||Thu Mar 15 22:57:07 EDT 2012||Sarah Harley|
|48736||Thu Mar 15 21:29:45 EDT 2012||Rich Evans|
|48735||Thu Mar 15 09:57:42 EDT 2012||Bea Soss|
|48734||Thu Mar 15 08:14:07 EDT 2012||TINA MINASIAN|
|48733||Thu Mar 15 06:10:01 EDT 2012||Anonymous|
|48732||Wed Mar 14 22:57:30 EDT 2012||Carolyn Oakes||Rehect Rep. Eric Cantors version of the Stock Act. His loopholes would allow Wall Street to prowl the halls of congress.|
|48731||Wed Mar 14 21:36:10 EDT 2012||Karen Thaw|
|48730||Wed Mar 14 12:32:58 EDT 2012||Marybeth Rose|
|48729||Wed Mar 14 11:59:22 EDT 2012||Frank Collison|
|48728||Wed Mar 14 06:01:26 EDT 2012||Jill Bachelis|
|48727||Wed Mar 14 02:25:46 EDT 2012||Howard Austin||One of the ways in which members of Congress are bought and sold, part of the big money influence in government is INSIDER TRADING.
Members of Congress and their "associates" are allowed to profit More....
|48726||Wed Mar 14 01:46:21 EDT 2012||Lou del Pozzo||leave it up to congress to do something nice and then proceed to beat it to hell befor they are done. Nice going, Eric, we know whose side you're on.|
|48725||Wed Mar 14 00:18:30 EDT 2012||Susan Boyce|
|48724||Tue Mar 13 20:16:36 EDT 2012||Nicole Powers||Did he explain why we needed to gut this bill as to make it worthless? I think we need to follow HIS money...|
|48723||Tue Mar 13 16:43:30 EDT 2012||Jeffrey Turner|
|48722||Tue Mar 13 10:01:56 EDT 2012||Bea Soss|
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