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.
Despite public anger over congressional stock trading, senators and reps have held on to personal investments in companies that fall under their committees' jurisdiction.
At least two more Democrats and a Republican senator failed to report stock transactions last year as a ban on congressional stock trading flounders in a Senate working group.
Members of Congress would be allowed to continue trading industry funds under the two leading stock trading ban bills in Congress.
A new disclosure shows Rep. Kathy Manning (D-N.C.) and her spouse made dozens of undisclosed stock trades last year.