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H.R.6406 To amend the Federal Reserve Act to remove the mandate on the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Open Market Committee to focus ..., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Nov 17, 2010 Sponsor introductory remarks on measure.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Financial Services

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  • 89% of users support H.R.6406

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    • ¿Por qué tenemos un banco central? - December 16, 2010 by REFUGIO LIBERAL - El representante Mike Pence (Republicano de Indiana) ha propuesto una ley para enmendar la Ley de la Reserva Federal, acabar con el mandato doble y darle a la Fed un solo objetivo: mantener la estabilidad de precios (H.R. 6406). ...

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      As noted by REFUGIO LIBERAL on December 16, 2010, "El representante Mike Pence (Republicano de Indiana) ha propuesto una ley para enmendar la Ley de la Reserva Federal, acabar con el mandato doble y darle a la Fed un solo objetivo: mantener la estabilidad de precios (H.R. 6406). ..." (http://reflexioneslibertarias.blogspot.com/2010/12/por-que-tenemos-un-banco-central.html)
    • EE.UU.: ¿Por qué tenemos un banco central? | elcato.org - December 14, 2010 by elcato.org - El representante Mike Pence (Republicano de Indiana) ha propuesto una ley para enmendar la Ley de la Reserva Federal, acabar con el mandato doble y darle a la Fed un solo objetivo: mantener la estabilidad de precios (H.R. 6406). ...

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      As noted by elcato.org on December 14, 2010, "El representante Mike Pence (Republicano de Indiana) ha propuesto una ley para enmendar la Ley de la Reserva Federal, acabar con el mandato doble y darle a la Fed un solo objetivo: mantener la estabilidad de precios (H.R. 6406). ..." (http://www.elcato.org/eeuu-por-que-tenemos-un-banco-central)
    • Why Do We Have a Central Bank? - December 14, 2010 by It Makes Sense Blog - Mike Pence (R., Ind.) has introduced a bill to amend the Federal Reserve Act to end the dual mandate and give the Fed one goal: maintaining price stability (H.R. 6406). The dual mandate is seen by many as giving the Fed an impossible ...

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      As noted by It Makes Sense Blog on December 14, 2010, "Mike Pence (R., Ind.) has introduced a bill to amend the Federal Reserve Act to end the dual mandate and give the Fed one goal: maintaining price stability (H.R. 6406). The dual mandate is seen by many as giving the Fed an impossible ..." (http://itmakessenseblog.com/2010/12/15/why-do-we-have-a-central-bank/)

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