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Walz worries House Republicans will water down insider trading bill

Republicans say their amendments will strengthen the ethics bill authored by the Minnesota Democrat. Tim Walz is skeptical.
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Republicans say their amendments will strengthen the ethics bill authored by the Minnesota Democrat. Tim Walz is skeptical.

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