House Passes Bill to Require Online Disclosures, Stock Reports from Federal Judges
The very bill we worked so hard with advocacy partners to get before lawmakers — the Courthouse Ethics and Transparency Act — passed the House today, 422-4. What a margin.
The bill would require that federal judges file a report with 45 days of their stock sales and purchases, as members of Congress have been required to do for nearly a decade.
It’d also require the judiciary to post judges’ financial disclosure reports within 90 days of the annual deadline and create a searchable online database of the disclosures.
Now on to the Senate…