10 years after the Great Recession, Idaho’s Crapo helps roll back banking rules

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Senate Banking Chairman Mike Crapo, an Idaho Republican who spearheaded the legislative effort with the help of more. lessons of the Great Recession that started with a historic financial collapse.

10 years after the Great Recession, Idaho’s Crapo helps roll back banking rules The Senate is preparing to scale back the sweeping banking regulations passed after the 2008 financial crisis, with more than a dozen Democrats ready to give Republicans the votes they need to weaken one of President Barack Obama’s largest legislative.

Eight years after nearly every Senate Democrat backed a sweeping set of new rules for financial firms large and small, the party is now split, with moderates, several of them facing tough midterm election contests, working with the opposing party.

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The House of Representatives on May 22 passed S.2155, a bill intended to roll back some of the regulations of the Dodd-Frank law for smaller banks, by a bipartisan vote of 258 to 159. The bill was sponsored by Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo, chairman of the Senate Banking Committee and passed the Senate on March 15 by a bipartisan vote of 67 to 31.

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