Reader Submitted Post by Sue Long
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform just passed Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill (H.R. 24), introduced in this Congress by Representative Paul Broun, and sent it to the House floor. Now there is no reason for House Leadership to not schedule a vote on the bill next week.
Securing a House vote before the August recess hopefully would put enough pressure on the Senate through the August recess to make Harry Reid cave and give us a vote on Audit the Fed! Senators are already feeling the pushback from their constituents over the ObamaCare disaster and other issues, so the last thing they’ll want is more heat this fall for blocking an initiative supported by nearly 75% of the American people that has passed the U.S. House twice. But it must first get passed by the House next week.
You can easily send a message of your own — or one already written – to your representative and senators.
click on Updated May 15, 2014: Support Audit the Fed Act of 2013
Fill out the form (if you haven’t already) and click away.
Many thanks for addressing this crucial issue.