Democrat scoops up chip company stock, then votes to pass CHIPS Act

A North Carolina Democrat in Congress, along with her husband, bought up to $30,000 of stock in a computer chips company – then she voted to pass the CHIPS Act, which provides help to semiconductor manufacturing facilities through tens of billions of dollars in subsidies, according to a new report.

Fox Business confirmed that Rep. Kathy Manning, D-N.C., “scooped up thousands of dollars in semiconductor company stock just one day before voting to pass a bill providing massive subsidies to the sector.”

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