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U.S. Rep. Duffy Says Financial Reform Attempts Have Failed America

Duffy said in Wednesday's editorial at the time Dodd-Frank was passed in July 2010, President Obama promised it would "lift the economy," stabilize markets, protect Americans' hard-earned money, and end "too big to fail" to ensure that the failure of any one financial institution would threaten the stability of the global economy.

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Divisiveness of Dodd-Frank is Evident Five Years After Its Passage

The controversial Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act just passed its five-year anniversary on July 21, and lawmakers and other stakeholders have never been more divided as to its effectiveness (or lack thereof) as they have been recently, according to CoreLogic's August 2015 MarketPulse released this week.

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Judges Grant a Stay to PHH Corp. for Paying CFPB’s Penalty

Almost immediately, PHH and its lawyers, Los Angeles-based Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, petitioned the District of Columbia U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to “modify or set aside civil investigative demand” while the company made its case against what it called an abuse of power by the CFPB

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