Jesse Westbrook

Bloomberg

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Finance editor for Bloomberg.

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Dodd-Frank is the law that tightened banking regulations after the financial crisis a decade ago. The Senate passed a bill this week that would loosen some of those regulations.

As Senate eases banking rules, could we see another financial crisis?

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