A federal judge has dismissed a Texas community bank's case against key parts of the Dodd-Frank Act, arguing the institution, as well as the 11 states and two conservative groups backing it, have no legal ability to challenge the 2010 financial reform law.
U.S. District Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle said the case was "not ripe for review" because the bank and others could not prove financial injury resulting from Dodd-Frank.
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