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December 10, 2015

NYT Letters to the Editor on Hillary Clinton’s Plan to Curb Wall Street

“In “How to Rein In Wall Street” (Op-Ed, Dec. 7), Hillary Clinton shined a light on Wall Street’s back-room deal-making as it tries to use the appropriations process as a way to enact its dangerous deregulatory agenda.

“Unfortunately, some members of Congress from both sides of the aisle are working with Wall Street lobbyists to attack financial reform safeguards on all fronts, including trying to gut the Financial Stability Oversight Council, one of the most important institutions established under the Wall Street reform law. They are also trying to undermine the work of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and to kill a Labor Department rule to protect the savings of tens of millions of Americans.”

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Read the full New York Times Letter to the Editor by Dennis Kelleher here

 
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