By not disclosing Delphi investment, Romney may have broken law

Maria Dryfhout /

When Mitt Romney made millions off investments in companies that benefited from the government bailout, he wasn’t breaking the law.

But when he won the Republican primaries and became their candidate, he may have — when he failed to disclose those stocks to the public and the elections commission.

Candidates are required to disclose stock holdings that are affected by government actions — like that massive auto bailout that Romney says he opposes and profited from.

See the story at The Nation.