Feinstein was months late disclosing a five-figure investment her husband made into a private, youth-focused polling company.Tuberville was weeks or months late in disclosing nearly 130 separate stock trades from January to May.Paul was 16 months late in disclosing that his wife bought stock in a biopharmaceutical company that manufactures an antiviral COVID-19 treatment, the Washington Post reported.Kelly, a retired astronaut, failed to disclose on time his investment in a company that's developing a supersonic passenger aircraft, Fox Business reported. Malinowski failed to disclose dozens of stock trades made during 2020 and early 2021, doing so only after questions from Insider. He faces a congressional ethics investigation, which the Committee on House Ethics confirmed in September.Fallon was months late disclosing dozens of stock trades during early- and mid-2021 that together are worth as much as $17.53 million.Harshbarger failed to properly disclose more than 700 stock trades that together are worth as much as $10.9 million.Clark, one of the highest-ranking Democrats in the House, was several weeks late in disclosing 19 of her husband's stock transactions. Together, the trades are worth as much as $285,000.Crenshaw was months late disclosing several stock trades he made in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Daily Beast reported.Moore did not properly disclose dozens of stock and stock-option trades together worth as much as $1.1 million.Maloney was months late in disclosing he sold eight stocks he inherited in mid-2020 when his mother died.Mast was late disclosing that he had purchased up to $100,000 in stock in an aerospace company. The president of the company had just testified before a congressional subcommittee on which Mast sits.Wasserman Schultz was months late reporting four stock trades made either for herself or her child.Trahan was months late disclosing the sale of stock shares in a software company.Hern did not disclose nearly two-dozen stock trades in a timely manner, in violation of the STOCK Act. Taken together, the trades are worth as much as $2.7 million.Lee failed to properly disclose more than 200 stock trades between early-2020 and mid-2021. Together, the trades are worth as much as $3.3 million.Castor was late disclosing the purchase of tens of thousands of dollars worth of stock shares throughout 2021.Pfluger was several months late disclosing numerous stock purchases or sales made in January or March either by himself or by his wife.Bustos was months late in disclosing that she had sold up to $150,000 worth of stocks in March.Chabot was months late disclosing a stock share exchange he held in early 2021.Jacobs was months late filing various transactions made throughout early- to mid-2021, Forbes reported.Scott was months late in disclosing a pair of stock sales from December 2020, Forbes reported. NPR also reported several other late transactions, as first identified by the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center.Perlmutter ran a few days late in filing disclosures for as much as $30,000 in stock trades his wife made in June.Suozzi failed to file required reports on about 300 financial transactions, NPR reported, citing research from the Campaign Legal Center.During 2019 and 2020, Axne didn't file required periodic transaction reports for more than three-dozen trades, reported NPR, citing research by the Campaign Legal Center.Davidson didn't properly disclose the sale of stock worth up to $100,000, reported NPR, citing Campaign Legal Center research.Gooden failed to file mandatory periodic transaction reports for a dozen stock transactions, per the STOCK Act, reported NPR, citing Campaign Legal Center research. Gooden's office disputed that the lawmaker did anything wrong.San Nicolas did not properly disclose two trades — one in 2019 and another in 2020, reported NRP, citing Campaign Legal Center research.Williams did not properly report three stock transactions his wife made in 2019, reported NPR, citing Campaign Legal Center research.