Dodd-Frank Put Brakes On Recovery, House GOP Says

Law360, New York (July 10, 2012, 3:45 PM EDT) -- On the eve of the Dodd-Frank Act's second anniversary, Republican members of the House Financial Services Committee sparred with a former Democratic Senate staffer and leading advocate of financial reform, arguing Tuesday that the controversial act is to blame for the country's slow economic recovery.

At a hearing entitled “The Impact of Dodd-Frank on Customers, Credit and Job Creators,” Republicans laid out a litany of additional costs, regulations and burdens they say the financial reform law has put on businesses across the U.S. — not just...
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