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Released: January 11, 2017
Why is the public apathetic about deregulating banks?
Source: David Lazarus, Los Angeles Times (Paid Registration)
Many Americans were outraged by Republican lawmakers’ attempt last week to get rid of Congress’ independent ethics watchdog and instead oversee themselves.
But if Americans were so quick to recognize the ridiculousness of allowing the foxes to guard the congressional hen house, why are they seemingly so apathetic about Republicans’ declared goals of deregulating big banks and shutting down the highly successful Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?
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