WASHINGTON — An Obama administration push to ban banks from proprietary trading and limit their growth suffered a setback Tuesday as lawmakers from both parties raised concerns that the so-called "Volcker Rule" would have done little to nothing to prevent the financial crisis.
Though administration officials — including former Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul Volcker — acknowledged as much, they said the plan was still necessary to minimize risk in the commercial banking system.
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