WASHINGTON — House Republicans on Tuesday launched a two-week campaign designed to sour voters on the Dodd-Frank Act.
Coinciding with the reform law's second anniversary, the GOP's aim is to convince the electorate that Dodd-Frank's rules are hurting everyday Americans rather than just the financial sector.
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