WASHINGTON — The Senate voted 96 to 0 on Tuesday to compel the Federal Reserve Board to reveal recipients of its emergency lending programs during the financial crisis, but rejected a more sweeping alternative that would have audited all central bank actions including monetary policy.

The compromise adendment from Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on emergency lending was adopted into the financial regulatory reform legislation that is still being debated.

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