New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo and House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank are demanding Bank of America Corp. disclose bonuses of $1 million or more paid last year to employees at the Charlotte company or recently acquired Merrill Lynch & Co.

Frank and Cuomo requested bonus details in a letter to B of A chief executive Ken Lewis dated Monday. The two objected because while the companies have received $45 billion in direct assistance through the Troubled Asset Relief Program, and another $188 billion in insurance guarantees, Merrill spent $3.6 billion on bonuses, and B of A paid roughly $3.3 billion.

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