Members of the U.S. House must submit financial disclosure reports every year. Here are their most recent filings.
Members of the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate must submit a financial disclosure report every year which documents their assets.
The STOCK Act of 2012 banned Congressional members and aides from using nonpublic information derived from their positions to trade stocks. It also requires the posting of members’ financial disclosure reports filed online.
But the law does not ban politicians from owning and trading stock in individual companies, as many have insisted.
A bipartisan bill introduced last month in the U.S. Senate by Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York) and Josh Hawley (R-Missouri) would ban the members of the House and Senate from owning stocks in individual companies. It is unlikely to move forward in this Congress.
Below are links to the reports for all eight members of the U.S. House from Wisconsin.