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“A decade after the global financial crisis tipped the United States into a recession, Congress agreed on Tuesday to free thousands of small and medium-sized banks from strict rules that had been enacted as part of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law to prevent another meltdown,” The New York Times

  1. What does this mean for our economic future?
  2. Was it a smart move?
  3. Or a catalyst for another crisis?
  4. Can something like this trickle down and benefit small business and the common worker?
  5. Perhaps there is a preventative alternative that doesn’t include restrictions on banks?
  6. As opposed to reversing things that were put in place to protect us.

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