ICYMI: Trump’s Executive Order On Financial Reform Didn’t Go Far Enough

In an op-ed for Investor’s Business Daily, Dana Wade, senior research fellow at the Charles Koch Institute, discusses President Trump’s executive order to review the Dodd-Frank Act and what more should be done to further financial reform:

President Trump recently issued an executive order to review Dodd-Frank, as well as financial regulations and other measures. This is a good first step. But to go beyond that, let me first dispel the myth that Dodd-Frank reformed Wall Street.

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