A number of critical small business issues are at stake in next month's federal and state elections. Here are six of the most important.
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Preventing banks from becoming so large, complex, and interconnected that their failure would ravage the economy is the safest guarantee against a future "too big to fail"-driven financial crisis.
No matter what else is ultimately enacted in the name of Wall Street reform, Congress decided last night that it will not confront the single greatest problem in the U.S. economy: Too Big To Fail.
We're conducting a whip count on the SAFE Banking Act amendment to the financial reform bill right now. You can help.
Think about the position we would put some future administration and Congress in if the trends toward concentration remain unchecked. Will Washington ...
With two-thirds of the nation supporting reform, any political party that throws in its lot with Wall Street will pay a major price come November. No amount of Wall Street campaign cash can counter voter outrage.
On Wednesday, Senators Sherrod Brown and Ted Kaufman unveiled a "SAFE banking Act" with a clear and powerful purpose: Break up the big banks.
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