The Securities and Exchange Commission has settled with construction management consulting firm Hill International and two of its former executives over allegations of fraudulent accounting practices and failure to maintain accurate books and records.
House committees, among others, have been trying to get President Donald Trump’s tax returns and other financial documents, and they have turned to the courts to enforce the effort. But why doesn’t Congress use its own enforcement?
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