In 2013-2017 alone, Congressman Grayson passed 121 laws through the House, more than any other Member of Congress. Here are some examples:
- Audit the Fed Amendment: Provides for an annual audit of the Federal Reserve. Amendment passed the House in 2010.
- Elderly housing amendment: increased funding for Housing for the Elderly by $2.5 million. Amendment passed the House in 2015.
- No Torture Amendment: Prohibits Torture. Amendment passed the House in 2013.
And in 2009, Grayson’s first year in Congress, Grayson passed the landmark ‘Pay for Performance Act,’ which prohibited Wall Street banks from pocketing bailout money. Grayson’s bill passed the House in only nine days.
Grayson lined up almost 200 Democrats to pass the Paul-Grayson Audit the Fed bill, the first independent audit of the Federal Reserve in 100 years, which exposed $23 trillion in secret bailouts by the Federal Reserve.
With years of experience in the U.S. Congress, Alan Grayson knows how to get good things done.