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Audit the Fed Gains Steam!

Thanks to an impressive level of grassroots advocacy from C4L members nationwide, Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed continues to pick up cosponsors in both the House and Senate. The House bill, H.R. 24, currently has 117 cosponsors, while the Senate bill, S. 209, picked up three since its introduction this week, including a high-profile cosponsor […]


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Help Audit the Fed reach 218 cosponsors in the House!

These representatives listed below were cosponsors of H.R. 459 in the 112th Congress when it passed by a vote of 327-98. They have yet to recosponsor identical legislation in this Congress introduced by Rep. Paul Broun (GA-10), H.R. 24, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act. If your representative is on this list, please call, email, and […]


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Rep. Paul Broun Discusses Audit the Fed

Recently, Congressman Paul Broun discussed his reintroduction of Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, H.R. 24, and why we need to audit, and then end, the Fed. H.R. 24 is already up to 67 cosponsors. Contact your representative today and urge them to support the “Federal Reserve Transparency Act.”


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Tell Your Rep. to Cosponsor Audit the Fed!

The House of Representatives reconvenes next week, making this a great opportunity to encourage your representative to cosponsor Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, H.R. 24, as introduced by Rep. Paul Broun (GA-10). The past two Congresses have seen historic grassroots efforts to push the cosponsors of Audit the Fed well over the 218 it […]


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Liberty Legislation – 113th Congress

The 113th Congress has convened and to make sure everyone stays up-to-date, here’s an update on the latest pro-liberty legislation already introduced. In addition to reintroducing Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill (H.R. 24), Georgia Congressman Paul Broun has reintroduced several other bills once sponsored by Congressman Paul: H.R. 73 – “The Federal Reserve Board […]


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