The bill would ban members of Congress from trading in weapons companies like Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, as well as in Amazon, Pfizer and thousands more Department of Defense contractors.
In a repeat of his last election in 2018, Montana Democratic Senator Jon Tester is benefitting from outside spending by the American Bankers Association.
Murray and Schumer, the sponsors of the proposal, have both received hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign funding from AIPAC and other pro-Israel donors.
The donations are on top of the approximately $25 million the company has recently donated to pro-crypto super PACs.
Chevron, Valero, and Devon Energy were among the largest donors to the super PACs aligned with Mike Johnson and Mitch McConnell last year.
A former key staffer to Manchin's energy committee has taken a job working on energy issues for D.C. lobbying firm Cassidy & Associates.
A committee set up to support vulnerable Senate Democrats received funding from private equity executives and their spouses.