Rep. Chris Collins Resigns Before Expected Guilty Plea in Insider Trading Case
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Representative Chris Collins, a fourth-term Republican from Western New York who narrowly won re-election last year despite fighting federal securities fraud charges, resigned on Monday in advance of an expected guilty plea.

Mr. Collins, 69, the first sitting member of Congress to endorse President Trump in 2016, had been accused of using private information about a drug company in which he was invested to help his son and others avoid financial losses.

Rep. Chris Collins Resigns Before Expected Guilty Plea in Insider Trading Case

Rep. Chris Collins to resign amid plans to plead guilty in insider trading case

Republican Rep. Chris Collins resigns House seat ahead of guilty plea to insider-trading charges

 



N.Y. Rep. Chris Collins Resigns Ahead Of Expected Guilty Plea On Insider Trading

Chris Collins resigns from Congress and reportedly plans to plead guilty to insider trading charges

Rep. Chris Collins Resigns Before Expected Insider Trading Guilty Plea

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