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Paul Broun statement on Committee Passage of Audit the Fed

 
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Paul Broun statement on Committee Passage of Audit the Fed

Washington, DC – U.S. Rep. Paul Broun, M.D. (GA-10) today released the following statement after H.R. 24, the Audit the Fed bill, was reported favorably out of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform markup with unanimous consent. The Committee markup represents the next step in bringing H.R. 24 before the House floor for […]


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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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BREAKING: Audit the Fed Moving in the House!

Tomorrow, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will markup Rep. Paul Broun’s H.R. 24, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, or Audit the Fed as it’s better known! After gaining a majority of the House as cosponsors for the third Congress in a row, this markup is an important step toward Audit the Fed getting a […]


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Bipartisan group of lawmakers urge McCarthy to hold vote on Audit the Fed

Today, a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to House Majority Whip and House Majority Leader-elect Kevin McCarthy, urging him to take action on H.R. 24 “Audit the Fed.” Congressman Paul Broun (R-Ga), the lead sponsor of H.R. 24, penned the letter, which was signed by 22 fellow House Members. HR 24 Audit the […]


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Rand Paul Holds Fed Nominees, Requests Vote on Audit the Fed!

In a letter addressed to Senate Dictator Majority Leader Harry Reid, acquired by Campaign for Liberty, Senator Rand Paul notified Reid that he objects to any vote on four Fed nominees without also holding a vote on S. 209, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act. The letter notes, as we have repeatedly on this blog, that […]


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