On Tuesday, the House passed a plan to roll back banking regulations which were passed in 2008. As the Washington Post reports,
"The measure leaves the central structure of the post-financial-crisis rules in place, but it would make the most significant changes to weaken the Dodd-Frank banking regulations since they were passed in 2010. It would exempt some small and regional banks from the most stringent regulations, and also would also loosen rules aimed at protecting the biggest banks from sudden collapse."
The measure passed the House 258 to 159. The Senate approved the bill in March. President Trump is expected to sign the bill in a matter of days.
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