CFPB puts costly regulations on small banks, not Wall Street
by Mark Hanson
November 9, 2013 2011-11-03T00:17:07-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/b95/20111103001906002_hd.jpgCFPB REGULATIONS WILL PUT SMALL BANKS OUT OF BUSINESS AND INCREASE MARKET SHARE FOR WALL STREET BANKS.
CFPB REGULATIONS WILL PUT SMALL BANKS OUT OF BUSINESS AND INCREASE MARKET SHARE FOR WALL STREET BANKS.
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