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Grand Jury Probes Capitol Knowledge & Stock Trading

A New York federal grand jury and the Securities and Exchange Commission have issued subpoenas for a Congressional committee staff member who may have information about providing knowledge of Congressional action on health care policy to stock traders on Wall Street.  

The subpoenas were issued for documents, as well as the testimony of Brian Sutter , staff director of the Ways and Means subcommittee on health, according to an article  by Brody Mullins and Andrew Ackerman in the Wall Street Journal. On May 9th, Sutter notified  the House of Representatives he had received the New York subpoena.