FOX Business Network has filed a lawsuit against the United States Treasury Department over failure to provide information on the bailout funds or respond to FBN’s expedited requests filed under the Freedom of Information Act [FOIA].
The initial request, filed on November 25, sought actual data on the use of the bailout funds for American International Group and the Bank of New York Mellon, and an additional request, filed on December 1, sought similar data on the bailout funds for Citigroup, Inc. FBN is asking for the Treasury Department to identify, among other issues, the troubled assets purchased, any collateral extended, and any restrictions placed on these financial institutions for their participation in this program.
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Well, now that Obama is President , he is all about Transparency. He will make this right!!! He won't let this happen on his watch, Right? Ohh no, he isn't calling for action? Recovery.gov is not at all what he promised? Well Barney Frank and Chris Dodd are in the Senate Finance, they will call for action on behalf of the people! Errrr.... Ohh wait, they aren't interested either? Hrmmmm.... I wonder where the CHANGE we can Believe in might be??
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