Washington — House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D.-Mass.) says he plans to unveil legislation Friday that would condition the release of the remaining $350 billion of Troubled Asset Relief Program funds.
Frank says his bill would require the Treasury Department to use the money for foreclosure relief, institute lending requirements for banks that receive capital from the program, and strengthen executive compensation requirements.
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