Rand Paul spokesman Brian Darling confirmed Friday that Paul will request a vote on his Fed transparency bill as part of Janet Yellen's nomination process.
"As part of Senate consideration of the Janet Yellen nomination to be Chair of the Federal Reserve, I will request a vote on my bipartisan Federal Reserve Transparency Act, S. 209," Paul said, per Darling. "The American people deserve transparency from the federal reserve and the federal government as a whole."
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