She offered a brief explanation of why she was recusing, then cited the operative section of the federal law that discusses conflicts of interest.
The impartiality of the third branch has been overly strained in recent years. Stock ownership is not the cause, nor would selling stocks remedy the situation entirely. But it would certainly be a welcome development.
Missed recusals have marred the both National Labor Relations Board and the U.S. Supreme Court. But unlike SCOTUS, the NLRB has decided to do something about it.