Overland Park trucking company got $700 million from CARES Act after support from Trump officials

A congressional subcommittee is asking for records that would show any communications between Trump White House staffers and representatives of Overland Park, Kansas, trucking company Yellow Corporation. The committee wants to know why Yellow got a $700 million CARES Act loan. Image used under Creative Commons license, Ron Young/Flickr.

By Steve Vockrodt

A congressional committee investigating the spending of federal coronavirus relief funds believes White House officials in the Trump administration may have been involved in directing a $700 million loan to Yellow Corporation, a financially troubled trucking company based in Overland Park.