Rule 10b-5-1 is an exception to the general insider trading rule. It allows investors who have previously established trading plans to make trades, even if they later acquire information that would otherwise be considered insider trading. So, for instance, if investors have set up a plan to sell a certain number of stocks a month, and in between sales they acquire inside information that the stocks are set to rise, they are still allowed to make that trade because they have a predetermined plan to sell the stocks. Otherwise, they would have to either refrain from trading or disclose the info, or else be charged with insider trading. This bill seems to just investigate this exception and make sure that it is in fact an exception and not being used to further insider trading. I’m for that; making sure the rule works as intended and can’t be exploited, and amending it if it can be exploited. Also, insider trading applies to anyone who does it. Congressional leaders, CEOs, etc.