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Inside job

16 February 2012 By Reynolds Holding

The SEC could soon have far greater license to pursue insider trading on Capitol Hill. But new research suggests U.S. enforcers go easier on bosses of companies that make political contributions. If even donors are shielded, lawmakers themselves stand to get off lightly.

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