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In a party-line vote, the House Financial Services Committee voted Tuesday “to revamp the federal government’s approach to regulating Wall Street banks, the first step in replacing the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law.” The Wall Street Journal reports it would “strip the federal government’s power to oversee and impose constraints on big nonbanks branded ‘systemically important.’ It would also free megabanks from the so-called Volcker rule, which bars banks from betting with taxpayer-insured deposits. Another important provision would curb the powers of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created under Dodd-Frank, which is aimed at protecting consumers from abusive and deceptive practices.” The bill “now goes to the House floor for a vote by the full chamber. While the bill is likely to clear the House, it isn’t likely to get traction in the Senate, and is viewed largely as a Republican blueprint for an effort in the next Congress to scale back restrictions on the financial industry.

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In a party-line vote, the House Financial Services Committee voted Tuesday “to revamp the federal government’s approach to regulating Wall Street banks, the first step in replacing the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law.” The Wall Street Journal reports it would “strip the federal government’s power to oversee and impose constraints on big nonbanks branded ‘systemically important.’ It would also free megabanks from the so-called Volcker rule, which bars banks from betting with taxpayer-insured deposits. Another important provision would curb the powers of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created under Dodd-Frank, which is aimed at protecting consumers from abusive and deceptive practices.” The bill “now goes to the House floor for a vote by the full chamber. While the bill is likely to clear the House, it isn’t likely to get traction in the Senate, and is viewed largely as a Republican blueprint for an effort in the next Congress to scale back restrictions on the financial industry.

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