AP Investigation shows $300 million given to Public Trade Companies in SBLs

AP Investigation shows $300 million given to Public Trade Companies in SBLs

According to an investigation by the Associated Press, a relief fund was created by the Congress in order to help small businesses through the crisis created by the coronavirus outbreak. The fund resulted in small companies which were already at a risk of financial failure to receive millions of dollars.

Kathy
Kathy
Barry
Barry 1 months

So it ran out of money because big companies that don't qualify took it all? What happened to oversight? Oh right, he was fired.

Scott
Scott 1 months

Why does the GOP only want to send money to the wealthy? Of right they get a lot back under the table.

Larry
Larry 1 months

The AP should release a list of the 4400 companies who received loans in excess of $5 million dollars so we can see where are taxpayer dollars are going. in the alternative, they should release a list of the 75 publicly traded companies

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