Here’s an article from the Idaho Falls Post Register: By Bryan Clark BOISE — A vote is expected next week on a sweeping bill crafted by Sen. Mike Crapo, legislation that would overhaul financial regulations created after the 2008 financial crisis. The bill has rare marks of bipartisanship during a period of intense party division in Washington, and it could mean lighter regulatory burdens for mid-sized regional banks and small community banks. But analysis from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office suggests it could also increase the risk of future bank failures and bailouts. Crapo was appointed chairman of the Senate Banking Committee last year. He has led the committee to craft the bill through the normal legislative process, garnering...
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Sen. Crapo's bipartisan financial regulation overhaul headed for vote in full Senate