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Pence Vows End to Dodd-Frank

Vice President Mike Pence assured congressional Republicans on Thursday that replacing the financial reform act is a top priority for the new administration.

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Debating the Merits of GOP’s Dodd-Frank Alternative

The Financial Choice Act, introduced last June by House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) and passed though the Committee in September, may come to the forefront again soon now that the new administration is about to begin.

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Eight Years of Financial Progress

The U.S. Department of the Treasury says that looking back eight years after the housing crisis, clear economic recovery has been seen as well as enormous progress creating a more stable and secure financial system.

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Parties Spar Over Merits of CHOICE Act

The introduction of the CHOICE Act—the Republicans’ proposed alternative to Dodd-Frank—last month by Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) has sparked even more fierce debate between the parties in his Committee.

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FSOC Recommends Housing Finance Reform

The calls for housing finance reform have come from just about everywhere—the left, the right, and every type of organization. Now they've come from a council that was created by Dodd-Frank.

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Financial Reform and its Possible Effect on Wall Street

Several legislative proposals have been made of late in an attempt to reform Dodd-Frank, most notably the Financial CHOICE Act. Steve Williams, Principal with Cornerstone Advisors, discusses what effect the CHOICE Act might have on Wall Street if it is passed into law.

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