Wednesday, July 21, 2010
What Wall Street Reform Means for You
WH.gov: What Wall Street Reform Means for You
A quick and simple animated explanation of how Wall Street Reform will work and what the strongest consumer protections in history will mean for you and your family.
VOANews: Obama Signs US Financial Reform into Law
President says regulations on major financial firms will protect consumers, prevent abuses that many say led to global recessionVOAVideo: Obama Signs Financial Reform Into Law The most sweeping changes to the U.S. financial system since the 1930's officially became law on Wednesday. President Barack Obama declared the newly-passed financial reform bill a major victory for consumers, saying American taxpayers will never again have to foot the bill for risky bets made by large financial firms. But others argue the new law is too far-reaching and could hurt rather than help American consumers and businesses. Mil Arcega has more.
VOANews: Financial Reform Law Aims to Change Some Ways of Wall Street
A new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is at the heart of the bill signed by President Obama