“Hillary Clinton’s primary opponents are attacking her new plan for tightened financial regulations, arguing it would not do enough to police Wall Street.
“The front-runner for the Democratic nomination unveiled a plan Thursday that she said would strengthen Wall Street regulations, but her rivals for the Democratic nomination said it has one glaring omission: a failure to reinstate the Glass-Steagall law.”
“Wall Street reform groups praised Clinton for putting forward a plan, but said they weren’t sure it went far enough.
“One key concern with the Clinton plan is the lack of a strong structural firewall and what appears to be an overreliance on regulators,” said Dennis Kelleher, president of the Wall Street reform group Better Markets, in a statement.”
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