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Senate Panel Probes 2015 Meetings Involving Russian Maria Butina and Fed, Treasury Officials

Wall Street Journal Saturday, 16 February 2019
Senate Panel Probes 2015 Meetings Involving Russian Maria Butina and Fed, Treasury OfficialsSenators are seeking information about Obama-era meetings between Treasury and Federal Reserve officials and Maria Butina, the alleged Russian agent who pleaded guilty to conspiring to influence U.S. policy.
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