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H.R.87 To repeal the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act., 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Feb 08, 2011 Referred to the Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations and Procurement Reform .

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  • 44% of users support H.R.87

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    • Repeals the regulatory reforms enacted by congressional Democrats and President Obama in response to the 2008 financial crisis. No new reforms would be put in their place under the bill.

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    • American Bankers Association

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    • National Treasury Employees Union

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    Highest Rated User Comments

    • On January 20, 2011, by MichaelDSP - 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.

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      As noted by MichaelDSP, a user on OpenCongress.org, on January 20, 2011, "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."
    • On January 13, 2011, by faheem2774 - So we are trying to repeal a bill which benefits consumers and tightens regulations on banks/financial markets which caused our financial meltdown????

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      As noted by faheem2774, a user on OpenCongress.org, on January 13, 2011, "So we are trying to repeal a bill which benefits consumers and tightens regulations on banks/financial markets which caused our financial meltdown????"
    • On January 13, 2011, by invient - Apparently not... why is anyone in favor of this?

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      As noted by invient, a user on OpenCongress.org, on January 13, 2011, "Apparently not... why is anyone in favor of this?"

    Highly Rated Blog Articles

    • Repealing Dodd-Frank: The Silent Killer of the Economy | If Bush ... - July 25, 2012 by admin - Let's start by cosponsoring the only full repeal bills put forth in this Congress. Senator DeMint's S. 712 has 28 cosponsors and Rep. Bachmann's H.R. 87 has just 12. Does your member support repeal of Dodd-Frank?

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      As noted by admin on July 25, 2012, "Let's start by cosponsoring the only full repeal bills put forth in this Congress. Senator DeMint's S. 712 has 28 cosponsors and Rep. Bachmann's H.R. 87 has just 12. Does your member support repeal of Dodd-Frank?" (/url?q=http://ifbushhaddonethat.net/repealing-dodd-frank-the-silent-killer-of-the-economy/&sa=U&ei=oHETUIzQCIfk9ASyuICYBg&ved=0CDwQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNH90_oQG4b68lKz-LITljLrd3QItA)
    • Loveland 912 Project Action List - What to - July 25, 2012 by admin - Join NUMBERSUSA.COM and regularly send free faxes to your legislators (both national and local). 5. FINANCIAL: Repeal Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act HR 87, Telephone, fax and/or write to your Rep. to support this ...

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      As noted by admin on July 25, 2012, "Join NUMBERSUSA.COM and regularly send free faxes to your legislators (both national and local). 5. FINANCIAL: Repeal Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act HR 87, Telephone, fax and/or write to your Rep. to support this ..." (/url?q=http://www.rightturncolorado.org/loveland-912-project-action-list-what-to/&sa=U&ei=oHETUIzQCIfk9ASyuICYBg&ved=0CDgQmAEwBg&usg=AFQjCNH1BqIK20XBpN7KnNJyCBW5sTAx4Q)
    • Repealing Dodd-Frank: The Silent Killer of the Economy | If Bush ... - July 25, 2012 by admin - Let's start by cosponsoring the only full repeal bills put forth in this Congress. Senator DeMint's S. 712 has 28 cosponsors and Rep. Bachmann's H.R. 87 has just 12. Does your member support repeal of Dodd-Frank?

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      As noted by admin on July 25, 2012, "Let's start by cosponsoring the only full repeal bills put forth in this Congress. Senator DeMint's S. 712 has 28 cosponsors and Rep. Bachmann's H.R. 87 has just 12. Does your member support repeal of Dodd-Frank?" (/url?q=http://ifbushhaddonethat.net/repealing-dodd-frank-the-silent-killer-of-the-economy/&sa=U&ei=fAkSUK62BIaM6QHvnoHACQ&ved=0CDwQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNFTqQ3HJ0NR88ADuqzONr7-c0W0Hw)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • Repealing Dodd-Frank: The Silent Killer of the Economy - July 25, 2012 by RedState - Let’s start by cosponsoring the only full repeal bills put forth in this Congress.  Senator DeMint’s S. 712 has 28 cosponsors and Rep. Bachmann’s H.R. 87 has just 12.  Does your member support repeal of Dodd-Frank?

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      As noted by RedState on July 25, 2012, "Let’s start by cosponsoring the only full repeal bills put forth in this Congress.  Senator DeMint’s S. 712 has 28 cosponsors and Rep. Bachmann’s H.R. 87 has just 12.  Does your member support repeal of Dodd-Frank?" (http://www.redstate.com/dhorowitz3/2012/07/25/repealing-dodd-frank-the-silent-killer-of-the-economy/)
    • Pending Legislative Proposals Targeting Pay and Benefits - February 29, 2012 by FedSmith.com - Senate committee hearings on this bill have been conducted. Further action is pending. H.R. 87 and S. 712 would repeal the financial regulatory reform bill strongly supported by NTEU. Both bills are pending either in committee or subcommittee.

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      As noted by FedSmith.com on February 29, 2012, "Senate committee hearings on this bill have been conducted. Further action is pending. H.R. 87 and S. 712 would repeal the financial regulatory reform bill strongly supported by NTEU. Both bills are pending either in committee or subcommittee." (http://www.fedsmith.com/headline/related/7937/)
    • Pending Legislative Proposals Targeting Pay and Benefits - February 29, 2012 by FedSmith.com - Senate committee hearings on this bill have been conducted. Further action is pending. H.R. 87 and S. 712 would repeal the financial regulatory reform bill strongly supported by NTEU. Both bills are pending either in committee or subcommittee.

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      As noted by FedSmith.com on February 29, 2012, "Senate committee hearings on this bill have been conducted. Further action is pending. H.R. 87 and S. 712 would repeal the financial regulatory reform bill strongly supported by NTEU. Both bills are pending either in committee or subcommittee." (http://www.fedsmith.com/article/3326/pending-legislative-proposals-targeting-pay-benefits.html)
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