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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, but I would prefer to abolish it and return to the gold standard

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

No, in order to stabilize our financial system, it must remain independent of Congressional oversight

@3RVHJH4from Minnesota  answered…2yrs

The Federal Reserve shouldn't just be audited, they should be kicked out all together. They are unconstitutional.

@946MWMTLibertarian from Virginia answered…5 days

Yes, but both Congress and the Federal Reserve should be abolished.

@9466QG2 from Iowa answered…7 days

@93KY523Republican from Virginia answered…3wks

No, but more details regarding their actions must be made available to Congress.

@93J9LTY from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

@93GN9VS from Utah answered…2mos

Yes, we the people have the right to know why we've been in debt longer than we've been alive. There is no viably necessary reason to maintain classification on the financial system of any country.

@93FNFM3 from New York answered…2mos

We deserve to know who the banks and companies give it’s money to but we also deserve to know who The Government gives it’s money to, all of it so companies and banks can only be completely audited when The Government including it’s corrupt Finnancial manipulation can be audited.

@938YMCT from Ohio answered…3mos

The Federal Reserve should be abolished, and the government should not be allowed to decide what counts as currency.

@938MYXT from New Hampshire answered…3mos

@932R4V2Socialist from Washington answered…3mos

@92T4JVD from Arkansas answered…3mos

Personally if I had another cookie and the dog smelled me better then smashed the door on the ground to create santa then yes but if not no.

@92QBG6Y from Massachusetts answered…3mos

@92MMQCY from Maryland answered…4mos

@92KZWKN from Washington answered…4mos

The Judicial Powers in the country should interpret whether the money is being used for good or not.

@92K2FCTLibertarian from California answered…4mos

Yes, but I would prefer to abolish it (or severely reduce it) and replace it with natural dollars.

@929QSFD from Alabama answered…4mos

The Federal Reserve Bank should never have been created to begin with. It is a private corporation of bankers that do not represent the US. Only the US Congress has the right to coin money.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…4mos

No, they are already audited by the government accountability office, and the bank must remain independent of Congressional oversight in order to stabilize our financial system

@925WCF6Republican from Ohio answered…4mos

No - Congress cannot pass a bill without pork and is a divided House.

@8ZZGKP9 from Michigan answered…5mos

Yes, but i would prefer to abolish it and establish a standard based on labor.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…5mos

Yes, but have the audit completed by an independent non-governmental agency, with the results submitted in a report to Congress for review

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…5mos

Yes, but have the audit conducted by an independent, non-governmental agency with the results submitted in a documented report to Congress

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…6mos

Yes, but have the audit conducted by an independent, non-governmental agency, with the results submitted to Congress in a documented report for review

@YomomsabotConstitution from California answered…6mos

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…6mos

No, the audit should be completed by a neutral, non-governmental agency with the results submitted in a documented report to Congress

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…6mos

Yes, but have the audit conducted by a non-governmental agency with the results submitted in a report to Congress

@8Z2XTXN from Virginia answered…6mos

Yes, the Federal Reserve bank and all banks should be subject to random audits by the government to ensure the system is not being misused or giving money to anyone who would do harm to people.

@8YWJQY9 from Washington answered…6mos

@8YVMXX9 from Maryland answered…6mos

Yes absolutely, we deserve to know who the bank gives money to but I would prefer to abolish it and return to the gold standard and I would prefer to end the legal tender laws and allow for competing currencies. A private bank should not run our currency or economy; especially without oversight.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…7mos

No, it should be audited by a non-governmental agency with the results submitted in a report to Congress

@8YPLPBLRepublican from New York answered…7mos

@8YKDXLV from Texas answered…7mos

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