Representative Collins News Conference
Representative Chris Collins (R-NY) spoke to reporters In Buffalo, New York, about insider trading charges filed against him by federal officials earlier in the day. He denied any wrongdoing and said he intended to remain on the ballot for reelection in November 2018. The indictment charges Representative Collins and two others, including his son, with conspiracy, wire fraud, and other counts concerning a biotechnology company. close
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