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House votes on bill easing Dodd-Frank
Seeking Alpha
It would be the biggest rewrite of financial laws since the Dodd-Frank reform act passed after the financial crisis. The House is soon expected to vote on a Senate-passed bill that would raise the level at which banks are considered "systemically ...


Bloomberg

House Set to Vote Next Tuesday on Senate Version of Dodd-Frank Rollback
Bloomberg
Hensarling, one of Dodd-Frank's most vocal critics in Congress, had fought to amend the Senate bill to include bigger revisions to rules imposed after the 2008 financial crisis. That led to an impasse because the moderate Democrats who helped move the ...
House expected to vote on Senate bill rolling back some bank rules next weekCNBC
House to vote next week on Dodd-Frank regulatory reliefWashington Examiner
Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 - House Committee On AgricultureHouse Committee On Agriculture
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Forbes

Puerto Rico Shows Why Banks Still Need To Be Under Dodd-Frank
Forbes
Banks are pushing to restrict or end the Dodd-Frank regulations that came in after the financial collapse. But the financial collapse of Puerto Rico shows that ...

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Financial Times

Opinion today: Don't roll back Dodd-Frank - Financial Times
Financial Times
This article is from today's FT Opinion email. Sign up to receive a daily digest of the big issues straight to your inbox. This week, the US Congress may pass a bill ...
Congress is about to loosen the reins on the banking industry ...Washington Post

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Reuters

House to take up Dodd-Frank rewrite 'soon', says Speaker Ryan
Reuters
Many Democrats say Dodd-Frank provides critical protections for consumers and taxpayers. While the Senate bill passed with the support of 17 moderate Democrats - many of whom are up for election in November - some of those lawmakers have said that ...
Ryan: GOP has deal on bill easing Dodd-Frank | TheHillThe Hill
House, Senate agree to advance Dodd-Frank legislation, Paul Ryan saysWashington Examiner

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The New Yorker

The Dangers of Undoing Dodd-Frank | The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Nicholas Lemann writes about whether the Trump Administration will dismantle our best protection against another financial crisis.
Banks poised to win Dodd-Frank changes | TheHillThe Hill
Congress isn't gutting the Dodd-Frank bill - Colorado Springs GazetteColorado Springs Gazette

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New Dodd-Frank Relief to Focus on Capital Formation: Hensarling
Bloomberg BNA
House Republicans are pushing capital formation proposals in talks with Senate Democrats on a potential second round of Dodd-Frank Act relief. Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (Texas) told attendees at a Politico event May 17 that ...

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