CBS reported last night that Harley Rouda broke federal law by failing to disclose four of his stock transactions within 45 days of the transactions occurring, as the Stock Act requires.
One of the stock transactions listed was from a company where Rouda had been a board member.
Rouda’s opponent, who Rouda often throws a temper tantrum when she tweets and calls “corrupt,” has never broken federal law.
Even if Rouda pays the required fine for breaking the STOCK ACT, the capital gains he made on his transactions are likely to cancel out the $200 fine.
Why didn’t Rouda disclose the stock transactions within 45 days, and what is Rouda hiding?