The House on Thursday joined the Senate in overwhelmingly approving a congressional insider-trading ban.
Now the question is whether the two chambers can make a deal — or whether they’ll find a way to stall over details and prevent a bill from reaching President Barack Obama’s desk.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
STOCK-ing Up For The Recess
The House has time to not pass jobs, but it does have time for its little feel-good STOCK Act, which of course actually does the opposite of what House Republicans says it does. And as usual, the devil is in the details that differ from the Senate version which also sailed through last week.