Financial disclosures of members of Congress became more readily available Monday as required by the Stock Act. Access to such forms filed by many senior career federal employees will remain restricted for at least two more months, however.
The available disclosure forms of House members and candidates go back to 2008, and only current Senate forms have been posted. Disclosures by House members previously were online, but reports of House candidates, along with all Senate member and candidate reports, had to be viewed on-site on Capitol Hill.(Read More)