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GOP Just Keeps Pushing Financial Reform

Republicans have been trying to chip away at Dodd-Frank almost since the law was enacted nearly six years ago. But lately they have made a more intense push, and they won a victory in the House of Representatives recently.

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House Subcommittee Chair Pushes for Main Street Regulatory Relief

U.S. Representative Randy Neugebauer (R-Texas) on Wednesday urged his colleagues in the House to adopt legislation to ease the regulatory burdens on non-depository financial institutions in his opening statement of a House subcommittee hearing. In the Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial ...

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