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“60 Minutes” More On Inside(r) Congress

14 November 2011 3,245 views 6 Comments

60 Minutes reporter Steve Kroft investigates the issue that members of Congress can legally engage in the trading of stocks based upon non-public information that they acquire from their jobs on Capitol Hill.

November 13, 2011 4:02 PM

Plus, 60 Minutes OverTime

Plus, Peter Schweizer, focus source in the 60 Minutes interview and author of “Throw Them All Out,” discusses on CNBC the ethics of the House and Senate, the problem of insider trading in the U.S. Congress, and the willingness of the SEC to enforce the rules, given that they have to answer to Congress.
(video 6:21)


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