United States Representative James Comer has accused SEC Chairman Gary Gensler of obstructing congressional oversight.
Rep. Comer’s letter highlighted the SEC’s continuous delays and misdirection in providing requested information.
Gensler received a deadline of one week to produce the requested documents.
Eleanor Terrett, a journalist, shared a letter sent from United States Representative James Comer to Gary Gensler, chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), addressing Gensler’s actions of “preventing disclosure and transparency.”
Rep. Comer, according to Terret, has a “track record of showing he’s not afraid to subpoena government agencies.” In the letter, the U.S. Representative claimed that Gensler “obstructed and continues to obstruct congressional oversight.” Moreover…
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