Bart Naylor

Public Citizen

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Financial policy advocate for Public Citizen, a progressive policy organization; former Chief of Investigations for the US Senate Banking Committee

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With a sense of urgency,  President Obama has announced a host of new financial regulations .  His stated goals are to protect retirement accounts, make big corporations pay their…

The President's Latest Message: 'There's No Time to Lose'

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