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Cautiously Optimistic

posted by Angie Littwin

The Washington Post is reporting that financial reform may make it out of the Senate largely intact. The current bill appears to have a strong consumer protection agency and to cover derivatives -- two crucial issues going forward. I personally won't believe it until I see it though. Keep your fingers crossed and your legislators emailed!


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dang it....and that's because I like Russ.

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