Banks ahead, American taxpayers lagging behind. That's the disappointing reality here after the first week of Senate action on the financial reform bill.
Senators overwhelmingly rejected an important provision that would have required large financial firms to pay $50 billion upfront to create a so-called resolution fund, which would have been used to dismantle big banks at risk of failure.
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