A fiduciary duty is a legal duty to act solely in another party’s interests. Parties owing this duty are called fiduciaries. The individuals to whom they owe a duty are called principals.
Any fiduciary who signs off on legislation without properly performing a review of the details and makes an informed legitimate decision on behalf of their principals is guilty of breach of trust and a violation of their fiduciary responsibilities.
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