Jeb Hensarling: “Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake”

At present, Texas congressman, Jeb Hensarling – an outspoken critic of Dodd-Frank appears to be the frontrunner in the competition for US Treasury Secretary. Hensarling, who just last week said "Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake", is pushing his own Wall Street-friendly Financial CHOICE act.

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Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families’ Housing America’s Families Forum coming up on Nov. 15. house financial services committee chairman rep. Jeb Hensarling. While he is.

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"Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake foisted upon America 6 years ago. It was based upon faulty principals, faulty premises, and faulty policy. Dodd-Frank failed to establish financial stability, or make us more free. or create a sense of financial security, and so it failed to generate growth, jobs, and prosperity," said Hensarling on Friday.

Jeb Hensarling: "Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake" Posted on November 21, 2016 by admin in News Attendees at the Housing America’s Families Forum in Dallas at the George W. Bush Presidential Library on Friday gathered for a light lunch on Friday to listen to one of the most eagerly anticipated speakers for the day, House Financial Services.

Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake Washington foisted upon the American people, Financial Services Committee chair jeb hensarling, R-Tex., has said.

Congressional chairman: ‘Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake’ Posted by Staff / November 23, 2016 / No Comments Print Email. Rep. Jeb Hensarling. By Brenna Swanson | HousingWire. Taking a break from the housing sessions that ran through the morning, attendees at the Housing America’s Families.

At a recent housing forum, Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, called the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act a "grave mistake" arguing that housing reform was necessary, reports HousingWire. Dodd-Frank a "grave mistake" "Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake Washington foisted upon America six years ago," Hensarling told attendees of a Housing America’s Families Forum luncheon last week.

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At present, Texas congressman, Jeb Hensarling – an outspoken critic of Dodd-Frank appears to be the frontrunner in the competition for US Treasury Secretary. Hensarling, who just last week said "Dodd-Frank was a grave mistake", is pushing his own Wall Street-friendly Financial CHOICE act.