The Senate, the upper house of the United States legislature, on Thursday voted 59 to 39 in favour of the measure, tagged on to a budget bill.
The legislation is not binding but the move further illustrates the Hill's discord at the Fed's reluctance to name and shame those that have benefited from the $1.25
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