S.202 Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2011

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Tell Your Senators To Support S.202

“As H.R. 459, Audit the Fed, continues to gain momentum in the U.S. House,Campaign for Liberty needs your help today to turn up the pressure on the Senate to support its companion legislation, S. 202.

With Congress in the middle of their “Spring Break,” things are quiet on the Hill.

So our collective shout in support of transparency will ring even louder if we take advantage of this opportunity!

The list of S. 202's current cosponsors is below. (Dates beside the names indicate when they signed on.)

**If your senators have signed on, call them through the congressional switchboard at (202) 224-3121 to urge them to do everything in their power to achieve a roll call vote on S. 202.

**If your senators currently don’t support the bill, call Congress and demand they stand up for transparency and accountability by cosponsoring as soon as they return from their break.

**Visit your senators’ websites to get their district office information and call their local offices with the same message you sent to their Hill staff. ”

Audit The Fed Fact Sheet
S.202 On-Line Petition
H.R.459 PDF Petition
S.202 PDF Petition


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