The Stocks Senators Unloaded Before the Coronavirus Crash

Senator Richard Burr has called for an ethics investigation into himself and three other senators who sold off stock. Burr—a North Carolina Republican who is chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee—sold up to $1.72 million in stock through Feb. 13, shortly before reassuring the public that the government had a handle on the coronavirus response.

Publisher: Bloomberg | Author: Annie Karni

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congress, corruption, covid-19, democrats, and republicans
DATE PUBLISHED
2020-03-21 (Modified: 2020-05-31)

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