After 18 months, Wall Street reform is on its way to the President's desk. The Senate invoked cloture by a vote of 60-38 and the final conference committee report passed by the same margin. A good summary of the key provisions can be found here.
Even before the final passage, Minority Leader John Boehner called for its repeal.
"I think it ought to be repealed. There are common sense things we should do to plug the holes in the regulatory system that were there and to bring more transparency to financial transactions," he said. "Because transparency is like sunlight and sunlight is the best disinfectant."
"I think the financial reform bill is ill-conceived," he said. "I think it is going to make credit harder for the American people to get."
Here is a list of Boehner's 1,299,120 reasons why repeal appeals to him. Draw your own conclusions.
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