Dodd Accuses McConnell of Lying about Financial Reform Bill

Gandelman, Joe
April 2010
Moderate Voice;4/14/2010, p5
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The article discusses the issue regarding the accusation of Democratic and Senate Banking Committe chairman Christopher Dodd to Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell for lying about his financial reform bill. Dodd argues on McConnell's assertion that he is drafting partisan legislation and aiming to continue bailouts in financial institutions. Dodd also notes that Republicans are trying to frame the bill as a bailout to win votes in the upcoming elections because public hated bank bailouts.


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