Reality Check: Why Is Sen. Harry Reid now saying "no" to audit? - Tucson News Now

Reality Check: 25 years of asking to audit the Fed, why is Sen. Harry Reid now saying "no"?

An historic vote in the U.S. House yesterday as members of Congress voted to approve a bill that would allow the Federal Reserve to be audited.

The "Audit the Fed" bill has been the long time passion of outgoing Texas Congressman Ron Paul.

The bill, now moves on to the Senate but could it be "dead on arrival"?

Ben has a look at why it would be a very strange move for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to prevent the bill from coming to a vote in Reality Check.

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