- Sen. Kelly Loeffler reportedly 'dumped millions' in stock
- Oops: Senator Kelly Loeffler Dumped Millions in Stock
- Kelly Clarkson Makes 1st Appearance Since Announcing Split
- Kelly Loeffler gives feds records amid insider trading
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Li, who earlier pledged police would not search journalistic materials, said officers had to examine the editorial department of the second floor because it was the location of the office of the arrested. He did not take questions from reporters.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler reportedly 'dumped millions' in stock
“Although Senate ethics rules don’t require it, my husband and I are liquidating our holdings in managed accounts and moving into exchange-traded funds and mutual funds,” she said. “I will report these exiting transactions in the periodic transaction report I file later this month.”
Oops: Senator Kelly Loeffler Dumped Millions in Stock
The Georgia Republican forwarded documents to the US Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Senate Ethics Committee, her office told media outlets in a statement Thursday.
Kelly Clarkson Makes 1st Appearance Since Announcing Split
The mandatory disclosures senators must make do not detail specific amounts of stock sales or purchases. Instead, they give a range in dollars of the value of each transaction.
Kelly Loeffler gives feds records amid insider trading
In a statement on Monday evening, the European Union’s spokesperson for foreign affairs and security policy said that respect for human rights were fundamental to Hong Kong’s mini-constitution: “In addition, media freedom and pluralism, are pillars of democracy as they are essential components of open and free society. It is essential that the existing rights and freedoms of Hong Kong residents are fully protected, including freedom of speech, of the press and of publication, as well as freedom of association and of assembly,” the spokesperson said.
'Protest rally': Stock price soars by 300% after police
It 8767 s not clear whether Loeffler provided the documents proactively or in response to requests from federal authorities. Spokespeople for the senator did not immediately respond to The Post 8767 s request for comment Friday morning.
8775 The documents and information demonstrated her and her husband’s lack of involvement in their managed accounts, as well the details of those accounts, 8776 a Loeffler spokeswoman told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 8775 Senator Loeffler has welcomed and responded to any questions from day one. 8776
Loeffler was appointed to the US Senate in December 7569 to fill the seat vacated by former Sen. Johnny Isakson, who resigned before the expiration of his term. xA5
She now faces a tough fight in a special election in November to serve out the rest of Isakson&apos s term, competing in a jungle election where candidates of all parties run on the same ballot against Collins and two Democrats, prominent Reverend Raphael Warnock and former state Sen. Ed Tarver. If no one candidate wins an outright majority, the top two will advance to a runoff, meaning Loeffler could find herself locked out. xA5