William Isaac

Chairman, LECG Financial Services

Guest

Chairman of LECG Financial Services and author of the forthcoming Senseless Panic: How Washington Failed America; former head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (1978-1985)

William Isaac on KCRW

Yesterday, all the Senate Republicans and one Democrat voted not to allow a  finance reform bill  to go to the floor for debate.

Finance Reform: Public Anger and Partisan Politics

Yesterday, all the Senate Republicans and one Democrat voted not to allow a finance reform bill to go to the floor for debate.

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As a Senate committee was  grilling Goldman Sachs executives  today, Democrats called for another vote on  finance reform , less than 24 hours after the last one.

Roadblock on the Path to Financial Reform

As a Senate committee was grilling Goldman Sachs executives today, Democrats called for another vote on finance reform , less than 24 hours after the last one.

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