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    Geithner and Bernanke Testimony on AIG Bonuses

    Secretary Geithner and Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke testifed about a proposed regulations allowing the federal government to purchase “toxic” financial assets through a public-private…

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    House Session

    The House passed a bill limiting executive compensation for TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) recipients. Members also debated a bill dealing with tobacco regulation and began work on…

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    House Session

    The House blocked an attempt to delay the transition to digital television broad signals. The change is scheduled for February 17, 2009. Then, members spent the rest of the day on the $819…

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    House Session

    The House continued work on new conditions and regulations for the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP) funds, the federal fund to help the financial industry. President George W. Bush…

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    Investigations of Madoff Fraud Allegations, Part 1

    In the first of two parts of a hearing on the $50 billion investment scam allegedly engineered by Bernard L. Madoff, Harry Markopolos, an independent financial fraud investigator, asserted…

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    Federal Aid to AIG Insurance, CEO Testimony

    Edward Libby testified about operations and business practices at American International Group (AIG) before, during, and after federal intervention. Much of the focus was on AIG’s use of federal money…

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    U.S. Foreign Policy Priorities

    Secretary of State Clinton testified on U.S. foreign policy priorities before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Among the topics she addressed were the Obama administration’s approach to…

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    House Session

    The House passed an amended children’s health insurance bill (SCHIP), continuing the state-run, federally-funded health insurance program for low-income children. Members also approved…

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    Financial Market Investigations into Madoff Holdings

    Subcommittee Chairman Paul Kanjorski chaired a House Financial Services Committee hearing on the $50 billion investment scam allegedly engineered by Bernard L. Madoff that was the subject of multiple…

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    House Session

    The House voted to add $2 billion the Cash for Clunkers program. Lawmakers also voted to let shareholders vote on limiting executive pay.

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    Federal Aid to AIG Insurance, Regulators Panel

    Witnesses testified about operations and business practices at American International Group (AIG) before, during, and after federal intervention. Much of the focus was on AIG’s use of…

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    Attorney General on Justice Department Operations, Part 1

    In the first of four parts of a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Attorney General Holder testified about Justice Department operations. Among the topics he addressed were Justice…

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    Mark-to-Market Accounting Problems

    Witnesses testified about mark-to-market accounting rules, and whether they exacerbated the current financial crisis. The standard requires companies to value assets they hold at current…

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    Federal Reserve Response to the Financial Crisis

    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testified about the efforts of the Federal Reserve Board to provide liquidity in response to the financial crisis and the scope of its powers. In his…

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    House Session

    The House considered nine bills, including one that extends certain small business programs.

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    House Session

    The House by a 328-93 vote passed a bill that taxes American International Group (AIG) and other corporate bonuses by up to 90 percent. The legislation was in reaction to news that AIG…

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    House Session

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    Financial Regulatory Overhaul

    Witnesses testified on legislation that would require the Government Accountability Office to audit the Federal Reserve. Federal Reserve General Counsel Scott Alvarez said audits of…

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    Executive Compensation

    A House Financial Services Committee hearing was held a on regulating executive pay at publicly traded companies. Obama administration officials testified on how to eliminate the compensation practices…

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    Secretary Geithner on Regulation of Financial Markets

    Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner testified about the Obama administration’s plan to give the government greater power to oversee the financial system for major risks, a new ability to…

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