Republican objections to Dodd-Frank ‘schizophrenic’

Four years after passage of the Dodd-Frank Act, one of its co-architects yesterday defended it from Republican critics

Barney Frank

Barney Frank, the principal architect of the US financial reform legislation that bears his name, returned to Capitol Hill yesterday and launched a robust defence of the law, calling out Republican leaders on “schizophrenic” charges they have levelled against many provisions in the bill.

Participating in his first meeting of the House Committee on Financial Services as a witness rather than a committee member, a bearded Frank wasted no time challenging his former Republican colleagues on their

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