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SD Senator Tim Johnson says Banking Rules Adequate..

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SD Senator Tim Johnson says Banking Rules Adequate..

Despite the massive Congressional overhaul of federal banking regulations in the last couple of years, only about forty percent of the rules have been written and handed out.

South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson says despite that, he feels there are adequate banking controls……

Johnson, Chairman of the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, says writing the rules is a big job…

Johnson says the rules will be completed despite lobbying by big banking groups……

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