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Argument: Consumers can be protected w/o new financial bureaucracy

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"Pros and cons of Obama’s financial reform proposal". By Edward L. Yingling. The Hill. May 2010 "Wherever there are perceived weaknesses in the protection of consumers by regulated depository institutions — banks and credit unions — they should be specifically addressed, but not by the creation of yet another regulatory agency."

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