Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, says that the time has come to repeal “huge swaths of Dodd-Frank.” His main beef is that the 2,300-page law created unnecessary rules and slowed economic growth. That can be fixed, he says: “You will see a visionary piece of legislation laying out the Republican vision for banking and capital markets.”
Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, says that the time has come to repeal “huge swaths of Dodd-Frank.” His main beef is that the 2,300-page law created unnecessary rules and slowed economic growth. That can be fixed, he says: “You will see a visionary piece of legislation laying out the Republican vision for banking and capital markets.” Susan Walsh Associated Press file
Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, says that the time has come to repeal “huge swaths of Dodd-Frank.” His main beef is that the 2,300-page law created unnecessary rules and slowed economic growth. That can be fixed, he says: “You will see a visionary piece of legislation laying out the Republican vision for banking and capital markets.” Susan Walsh Associated Press file

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