TAMPA, Fla. - Even if Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney wins the White House this November, his stated goal to repeal the Dodd-Frank Act is simply not going to happen, according to key congressional GOP members gathered here this week.
Instead, Republicans will try to chip away at what they see as the worst parts of Dodd-Frank, continuing a legislative strategy they began in 2011.
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