WASHINGTON — Lawmakers continued to criticize the Treasury Department Wednesday for its management of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, blaming the agency for not tracking how capital injections are spent and failing to implement a loan modification program.

During a House Financial Services Committee hearing, Chairman Barney Frank said Treasury must use remaining Tarp funds for a loan modification program - as required by Congress in the bailout law enacted Oct. 3.

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