The House of Representatives passed a bill on September 17 that would
require the U.S. comptroller general to make a full audit of the Federal
Reserve System and the Federal Reserve banks. The legislation, “The
Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2013,” was passed by an overwhelming
333-92 bipartisan vote. The measure received bipartisan support, with
106 Democrats joining 227 Republicans to pass it. The bill has not yet been acted on in the Senate.
Here is how the Tennessee delegation voted.
|R||Roe, Phil||TN 1st|
|R||Duncan, John||TN 2nd|
|R||Fleischmann, Chuck||TN 3rd|
|R||DesJarlais, Scott||TN 4th|
|D||Cooper, Jim||TN 5th|
|R||Black, Diane||TN 6th|
|R||Blackburn, Marsha||TN 7th|
|R||Fincher, Stephen||TN 8th|
|D||Cohen, Steve||TN 9th|