Impeachment lawyer income
Two lawyers with prominent roles in the House impeachment inquiry — Stephen Castor, the Republican general counsel for the Oversight Committee, and Daniel Goldman, a senior adviser for the Intelligence Committee Democrats — testified alongside one another Monday. One difference between the two, besides the parties they represent on their respective panels, is their salaries.
According to payroll records from August, Castor makes an annual salary of $165,000—that’s $3,000 more than Goldman makes.
Perdue money moves
Sen. David Perdue made 40 recent securities transactions in a joint account in November, according to his financial disclosures. He bought between $17,000-$80,000 of Urban Outfitters stock, between $117,000 and $330,000 in CBS Corporation stock, and between $115,000 and $300,000 in FedEx Corporation stock. The Georgia Republican also bought between $67,000 and $180,000 in Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. securities.
Pharma stock for Sen. Mark Warner
The Virginia Democrat bought between $50,000 and $100,000 in non-public stock of Acumen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. on Nov. 15, his financial disclosures indicate.
Pennsylvania Republican Sen. Pat Toomey sold between $1,000 and $15,000 of General Electric Company stock on Nov. 5, and between $1,000 and $15,000 of Energy Transfer LP stock the following day, according to his financial disclosure forms.
PCP possession and a DUI on Independence Ave.
On Dec. 6, a vehicle traveling west in the 200 block of Independence Avenue Southwest made an illegal U-turn in the intersection at Washington Avenue Southwest and drove over the curb onto the median. A Capitol Police officer removed the first suspect from the vehicle and saw the passenger drop a burnt cigarette, which appeared to be dipped in a yellow-brown liquid.
The two suspects showed signs of impairment and the officer saw a glass vial containing a yellow-brown liquid “consistent with that of liquid PCP,” the Capitol Police report states. Both were arrested and the driver was also charged with driving under the influence (DUI).
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