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Breaking the Banks?

Donald Trump and congressional Republicans want to undo another key legacy of the Obama era, the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reforms, by putting courts, rather than regulators, in charge of the resolution process for failing banks. But are they opening the door to another major financial crisis?

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