WASHINGTON, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Companies that get money from the $700 billion U.S. financial bailout program would have to give congressional auditors access to their books and records under legislation introduced in the Senate on Wednesday. The top Democrat and Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, Senators Max Baucus of Montana and Charles Grassley of Iowa, said the bill would help improve oversight of the Treasury Department's Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP. The measure ...
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