Column: Sen. Rand Paul’s COVID stock trade either looks bad ... or really bad.

The Lexington Herald Leader

A review by the Campaign Legal Center found “that between early February and early April, as Covid-19 roiled the markets and Congress approved about $2.8 trillion in relief programs that touched almost every corner of the American economy, 12 senators made 227 stock purchases or sales worth as much as $98 million. In the House, 37 members made 1,358 trades worth as much as $60 million.”

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