Federal Reserve Reform Act of 1977

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Federal Reserve Reform Act of 1977, November 16, 1977. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/1040, accessed on April 17, 2024.

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  • An Act to Extend the Authority for the Flexible Regulation of Interest Rates on Deposits and Accounts in Depository Institutions, to Promote the Accountability of the Federal Reserve System, and for Other Purposes
  • Public Law 95-188, 95th Congress, H.R. 9710

91 Stat. 1387.

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