An ethics expert raised concerns over Democrat Sen. Michael Bennet’s (D-CO) recent comments during a television appearance where he appeared to imply that he makes financial investments based on actions taken in the U.S. Senate.
During an appearance on Bloomberg’s Balance of Power, Bennet appeared to imply he would not make any financial investments until he knows exactly what will be done in the Senate with the Manchin-Schumer “Inflation Reduction” Bill. Although, if he did, he is legally required to report any transactions over $1,000 within 30 to 45 days.
“I feel good about it. I feel optimistic about it. I’m not buying or selling any stocks based on [the reconciliation bill] because we don’t know where Senator Sinema is going to be,” the senator said during his appearance.
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