Industry Looks To House, Regulators

With the U.S. Senate bill finalized, players throughout the industry say their final hopes for less draconian rules depend on the conference to merge the bill with the House version, and on federal regulators charged with implementation.

  • 21 May 2010

--Eleni Himaras

With the U.S. Senate bill finalized, players throughout the industry say their final hopes for less draconian rules depend on the conference to merge the bill with the House version, and on federal regulators charged with implementation.

The bill passed Thursday night in a 59-39 vote.

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