WASHINGTON – Senate Democrats are keeping up the pressure on Wells Fargo's board to answer questions about the phony-accounts scandal.

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and other Democrats sent a letter to the bank on Thursday accusing the institution of dodging questions about the timeline of actions taken after it was discovered that employees were creating fake accounts for customers. The letter also asks the board to provide more information about the internal investigation that is taking place.

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