The House approved the financial reform bill in a 237-192 vote yesterday, but the Senate won't...


The House approved the financial reform bill in a 237-192 vote yesterday, but the Senate won't vote until after the July 4 recess, opening the door to further compromises on the bill. The delay could also sap the bill's momentum, giving opponents time to convince on-the-fence lawmakers to vote against the measure.

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  • positivethoughts
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    There won't be 23 on-the-fence Senators to bring to the other side, so this bill is as good as passed. The most disturbing things is that Dodd remarked the other day that "No one will know until this is actually in place how it works."
    1 Jul 2010, 08:00 AM Reply Like
  • DaJoker
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    There is no stopping this freight trains, the brake shoes have long worn, the engine has run out of coal--doesn't matter, we are downhill accelerating towards the abyss!
    1 Jul 2010, 08:02 AM Reply Like
  • montanamark
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    another 2000 pg bill and no one really knows its content and impact.
    we do know the targets of the bill are helping to write it and funding the writers. all these 2000 pg bills and yet no jobs, higher deficits
    and a slumping economy.
    1 Jul 2010, 08:29 AM Reply Like
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