CCAGW Annual Ratings

Financial Regulation Restructuring – Passage


Passage of the bill that would overhaul financial industry regulations and repeal many provisions of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law. It would convert the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau into an executive agency funded by annual appropriations and would modify operations at the Federal Reserve and at the Securities and Exchange Commission. It would repeal the prohibition on banking entities engaging in proprietary trading and would modify regulations governing the amount of capital that banks are required to maintain. It would also nullify the Labor Department's April 2016 "fiduciary" rule regarding standards for individuals who provide retirement investment advice to act in the best interests of their clients.

Vote Number: 
House Vote 299
Bill Number: 
HR 10
CCAGW Position: 
Vote Results: 
Passed 233-186 : R 233-1; D 0-185