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NEW: House votes to rein in agency that fined Wells Fargo $100M

The GOP-controlled U.S. House voted Thursday to roll back Dodd-Frank financial rules put in place after the nation’s last financial crisis and place tough new restrictions on the consumer protection agency that fined Wells Fargo $100 million for creating fake accounts. 433 more words

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NEW: House votes to rein in agency that fined Wells Fargo $100M

The GOP-controlled U.S. House voted Thursday to roll back Dodd-Frank financial rules put in place after the nation’s last financial crisis and place tough new restrictions on the consumer protection agency that fined Wells Fargo $100 million for creating fake accounts. 433 more words

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Commissioner Bruce Roberts Quits GOP During Fort Lauderdale Mayoral Race

“I’m a life-long Republican. Make no doubt about that.”–Bruce Roberts, February 2009

Shortly after throwing his hat into the race to be the next City Mayor, Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Bruce Roberts quit the Republican Party. 415 more words

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Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Charlie Crist

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CBS4’s Jim DeFede talks to the former governor-turned-congressman about his new job in the House.

And Rep. Crist makes some news when he reveals a conversation he had this week with John Morgan about him running for Governor of Florida. 20 more words

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Brian Mast snags $355,835 for re-election bid; Frankel war chest nears $1 million

Freshman U.S. Rep. Brian Mast, R-Palm City, collected $355,835 in campaign contributions during the first quarter of 2017 to begin his defense of a Palm Beach-Treasure Coast House seat that is usually a battleground between Republicans and Democrats. 112 more words

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Brian Mast snags $355,835 for re-election bid; Frankel war chest nears $1 million

Freshman U.S. Rep. Brian Mast, R-Palm City, collected $355,835 in campaign contributions during the first quarter of 2017 to begin his defense of a Palm Beach-Treasure Coast House seat that is usually a battleground between Republicans and Democrats. 112 more words

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