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While the nation's biggest banks often enjoy the fruits of each others' lobbying efforts, the spoils from some Wall Street
Christmas came early for Wall Street this year. The Federal Reserve on Thursday granted banks an extra year to comply with a key provision of the Volcker Rule, a move that gives financial lobbyists more time to kill the new regulation before it goes into effect.
This article has been updated to include Merkley's comment. Progressive Democrats were outraged by the decision. "The Wall
During the 2012 presidential contest, Booker declared himself "nauseated" by the Obama campaign's attacks on Mitt Romney's
"Before Congress starts handing out Christmas presents to the megabanks and Wall Street, we should vote on this bipartisan