WASHINGTON — House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank warned Wednesday that Congress will reject any request for the remaining Troubled Asset Relief Program funds if the Treasury Department does not agree to use some of it to finance a foreclosure prevention program.

He was among several lawmakers from both political parties who assailed a top Treasury official at a hearing on Tarp's implementation, arguing that the agency had blown through $335 billion with scant results.

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