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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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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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