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Tell Your Representative to Support the New Fair Deal Banking and Housing Stability Act, H.R. 3550
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Tell Your Representative to Support the New Fair Deal Banking and Housing Stability Act, H.R. 3550

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Representative today and urge him or her to support H.R. 3550, the “New Fair Deal Banking and Housing Stability Act of 2013,” and to co-sponsor the bill if he or she has not already done so.

01/07/2014
Tell Your Representative to Support the SEC Accountibility Act!
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Tell Your Representative to Support the SEC Accountibility Act!

Dear FreedomWorks member,As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and urge him or her to vote YES on H.R. 1062, SEC Regulatory Accountability Act. Introduced by Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ), this bill would provide much needed accountability to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This common sense bill is simple and to the point: it would require the SEC to perform a cost-benefit analysis before enacting any new major regulations.

05/16/2013
Here's what we think of your financial "reform"
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Here's what we think of your financial "reform"

The stock market made an attempt to stabilize at lower levels during the middle of this afternoon but was crushed, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling about 180 points in the last hour for a total fall of about 375 points on the day following news that disappointment-in-chief Senator Scott Brown changed his cloture vote on the Democrats' financial regulation bill, giving Harry Reid the 60th vote he needed to bring the measure up for a final vote, most likely in the next couple of days.

05/20/2010
Key Vote "NO" on the Motion to Invoke Cloture on Dodd Amendment No. 3739
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Key Vote "NO" on the Motion to Invoke Cloture on Dodd Amendment No. 3739

Dear Senator:    

05/20/2010
Key Vote "No" on S. 3217
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Key Vote "No" on S. 3217

Dear Senator:                                                       

04/26/2010
Financial Regulatory Reform: Highlighting Democratic Hypocrisy
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Financial Regulatory Reform: Highlighting Democratic Hypocrisy

I find it rather interesting to read about how President Obama and many of his Democratic cronies are desperately pushing for financial regulatory reform. It makes me wonder why such legislation has become such a pressing priority. After all, both President Obama, and many Democratic lawmakers have financially benefited from the likes of Wall Street’s heavy hitting investment houses such as Goldman Sachs.

04/21/2010
Government Strikes Again
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Government Strikes Again

A recent CNN article states that:

06/26/2009