H.R.87 - To repeal the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

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  • Official: To repeal the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. as introduced.

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  • MayorofAngryTown 01/11/2011 12:56pm

    Is this bill more than one sentence?

  • invient 01/13/2011 1:42pm

    Apparently not… why is anyone in favor of this?

  • faheem2774 01/13/2011 3:22pm

    So we are trying to repeal a bill which benefits consumers and tightens regulations on banks/financial markets which caused our financial meltdown????

  • MichaelDSP 01/20/2011 12:18pm

    Michelle Bachmann is just jumping on the “undo all Democratic Legislation” bandwagon. I’ve heard no legitimate reason to repeal this from any Republican, or have seen any Wall Street reform proposed by Republicans to stop predatory Wall Street practices.

  • kevinmcc 01/22/2011 12:37pm

    To repeal the …. Consumer Protection Act.

    Why would the people want this?

  • Nicklar 01/28/2011 10:56am

    I suppose in order to determine whether this is a good thing or not, you must first answer the question: “Do I trust President Obama and the Democratic Party enough to believe them that the bill being repealed truly protects consumers?”

    I have an answer.

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    MayorofAngryTown 02/09/2011 1:44pm

    I would guess the real question is : "Do I trust wall street and big business that without the restraints from this bill would be unmonitored, unaccountable, free and willing to drive a society off a cliff for the sake of profit. " It’s like we burned our hand on the fire, put on a glove, now Bachmann wants to take the glove off and see if the fire still burns.
    “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
    Albert Einstein

  • bschaeffer 02/08/2011 9:44pm

    I really hope Republicans aren’t letting Bachmann introduce this bill because they want to pad her “Presidential resume”….

  • Aurelius 02/23/2011 8:37am

    Dodd-Frank should not be repealed, but rather should be extended. It didn’t go far enough. None of those executives chiefly responsible for the financial collapse have been properly or fully held accountable. Some should go to jail; others should forfeit all their personal assets to go toward a national refund to pay down the national debt. Corporatism is when private interests have more power than the government does. Wall Street is in that exact position. Something has to be done to change that.

  • SignOfTheDollar 05/10/2011 1:58pm

    The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act did nothing to protect consumers. All it did was add make a few Democrats feel warm and fuzzy while simultaneously making it more difficult for business to thrive in this country.

  • Gurari 07/13/2011 9:32am

    Interesting that the majority of people benefiting in the money trail are Republican. Oi, Republicans, you do know you serve the people right?

  • engillis 10/11/2011 2:29pm

    This bill enacted rules that forced most foreign brokers and banks to severely tighten capital requirements for ALL U.S. citizen investors, no matter how much or how little they invest. U.S.-based brokers did this a long time ago.

    For those of us trying to get ahead without the interfering hand of big brother, Frank Dodd was a big blow. There should be sensible regulation without punishing small investors who had nothing to do with 2008.

  • actspacey 10/15/2011 7:38pm

    REPEAL this law?!? The saddest part about the Dodd-Frank act is that it hasn’t been fully implemented and the financial service industry lobbyists have been spending millions to keep it that way. This is a small drop in the bucket, we need to repeal Graham-Leach-Bliley among others to put BACK in place the controls on financial services industries which were enacted after the Great Depression and ensured us 50 years of stable economic growth, and were then systematically removed over with the repeated and increasingly severe economic crises we’ve been living through since the 80’s.

  • ryanb6432 11/07/2011 8:17am

    The saddest part of Dodd-Frank is that it still does not regulate Fannie and Freddie

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