Maya Jackson Randall

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Reporter at Dow Jones Newswires, covering consumer banking and finance

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The debt ceiling and deficit aren't the only issues subject to partisan gridlock in Congress. Last year, with majorities in both houses of Congress, Democrats passed  finance reform .

Political Gridlock and the Fight over the Consumer Watchdog Agency

The debt ceiling and deficit aren't the only issues subject to partisan gridlock in Congress. Last year, with majorities in both houses of Congress, Democrats passed finance reform .

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