Matt Winkler

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When Congress approved the $700 billion bank bailout, it demanded transparency. Now the Federal Reserve is  lending $2 trillion more . Who's getting the money?

Where's All the Bailout Money Going?

When Congress approved the $700 billion bank bailout, it demanded transparency. Now the Federal Reserve is lending $2 trillion more . Who's getting the money?

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