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Campaign for Liberty Urges NO Vote on Yellen

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate today urging the Senate to vote “No” on Janet Yellen’s nomination to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve, unless there is a vote on ‘Audit the Fed’ (S.209): “Nearly 75 percent of the American people want to audit the Federal […]


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Grant the American People the Transparency They Deserve

Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate after the Senate Banking Committee approved Janet Yellen 14-8 to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve. The full Senate will take up her nomination in the coming weeks. “The Federal Reserve’s actions affect the lives of every single American. Allowing the […]


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Senator Cruz Joins Senator Paul in Calling for Vote on Audit the Fed

Today, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) joined Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) in calling for a vote on Audit the Fed (S.209) before the Senate considers Janet Yellen’s nomination to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve. From Senator Cruz’s website: I agree with Rand Paul:  before the Senate votes on whether to confirm Janet Yellen, […]


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74 Percent of Americans Want to Audit the Federal Reserve

The latest Rasmussen poll out today shows that 74 percent of the American people want to audit the Federal Reserve. This latest poll is consistent with previous polling showing a vast majority of Americans desire greater Federal Reserve transparency. “With no doubt that the American people support a full audit of the Federal Reserve, the only question […]


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Are You Ready to Audit the Fed?

In the 111th and 112th Congress, historic grassroots lobbying efforts organized by Campaign for Liberty led Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed to passage in the House of Representatives. In this 113th Congress, it’s going to take just as much heavy lifting to get a majority of the House to cosponsor and leverage that support against […]


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