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Audit the Fed Not Going Away

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement today from C4L President John Tate regarding Congressman Thomas Massie and Senator Rand Paul’s plans to reintroduce the Federal Reserve Transparency Act (“Audit the Fed”) in 2015. “Campaign for Liberty is working hard to force Harry Reid to hold a vote on Audit the Fed during the […]


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C4L To Harry Reid: Pass Audit the Fed Now

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty called on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to hold a vote on S.209, “Audit the Fed,” during Congress’ lame-duck session. “Audit the Fed is a tremendously popular bipartisan piece of legislation that Harry Reid has voiced support for in the past,” said Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul. “I am […]


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Ron Paul: Tell Harry Reid we need to Audit the Fed

C4L Chairman Ron Paul has an op-ed in Rare today calling on Harry Reid to hold a vote on Audit the Fed: We are constantly told by a government that seeks to learn everything about us that we have nothing to fear if we have nothing to hide. Well, the same can be said about […]


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Ron Paul to Harry Reid: No More Delays on Audit the Fed!

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Today, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul called on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to hold a vote on Audit the Fed legislation as soon as Congress returns for its lame duck session. H.R. 24, “Audit the Fed,” passed the House of Representatives in September by an overwhelming majority vote of 333-92, and […]


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Audit the Fed Passes House Oversight and Government Reform Committee

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia - Today, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee passed Audit the Fed [H.R. 24], legislation that would require a full audit of the Federal Reserve, by voice vote. Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul released the following statement following the vote: “I’m pleased to see the House OGR Committee act on this crucial […]


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