H.R. 24, The Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2013 (4 comments ↓)

H.R. 24 would require a full audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks by the Comptroller General of the United States.

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Southern Patriot

January 18, 2013, 10:29am (report abuse)

Good bill, but I'd like to see independent, non-government auditng. Any conclusions will still be bias if done by the government, and controlled polictically. Who is the comptroller General and why does anyone think he or she can be trusted?


January 25, 2013, 1:33pm (report abuse)

This type of idea would perhaps be a good one if we weren't $16.4 TRILLION in debt. Let's pass on this until we have a surplus!


January 23, 2014, 10:42pm (report abuse)

This is strange, since it doesn't even audit the FED.

Sec 3(a) says the Comptroller will only "review of loan files of homeowners in foreclosure in 2009 or 2010."

That might be interesting, but it's almost ancient history and covers only one small area of FED data collection, not their practices or habits of operation.

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February 7, 2014, 1:43pm (report abuse)

I had noticed on the assembly docket was the bill for the lobbying of monetary gain and loss for the uptake of information on the www and the consideration for Elder Care or the resend of care from the Census of Healthcare which was not a truth. Why is some care approved both in general as a pre or as notice of what can and cannot be acceptable from a representation of the Consumer if your match at time of service w/ co-insurance, Is it maybe the understanding of the person(s) telephone operator whom even trained reads the information most post 2000 statement procedure for Deductible did not state you could not receive co-in. payment by your co-insurance or budget as in State sponsored treatment. As in individual even 65> use to be Wednesday.

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