Banking System Changes?

— NPR's John Ydstie reports that the House takes up a bill today that would fundamentally change the law governing the nation's banking system. The current law, which has been in place for 65 years since the banking crisis of the Great Depression, separates the banking, securities, and insurance industries. The reform bill would effectively end that separation.

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