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Congressmen John Tierney (D-MA) and Walter Jones, (R-NC) introduced legislation today to restore Glass-Steagall banking separation. Their bill is the second introduced into the house of Representatives, the other being Marcy Kaptur's H.R. 129, and there are two bills for Glass-Steagall now in the U.S. Senate.
In a manic burst of activity to try to stop the increased momentum for restoration of Franklin Roosevelt's Glass-Steagall protections...
An impassioned call for the implementation of Glass Steagall in Greece, Europe and the United States was delivered by a major opposition leader in an address before the Greek Parliament. This call was made on 8 December by Mr.
Judge Steven Rhodes’s Detroit bankruptcy ruling last week to commit genocide against retirees on behalf of Wall Street, signaled that the banking vultures are preparing to go after pensions around the country, even in those many states whose constitutions theoretically safeguard pensions.
The urgency for passage of a Glass-Steagall law could not be clearer.
The so-called Volcker Rules announced yesterday and approved by the five Federal regulatory agencies have already triggered a firestorm...
Spanish speakers worldwide are given a taste of the fight between Glass-Steagall supporters and Wall Street's lobby during last week's National Conference of State Legislatures in Washington, D.C., in a news clip filed Monday by HispanTV's Washington correspondent, Alfredo Miranda.
Argentine Planning Minister Julio De Vido held two days of intensive talks in Moscow on Dec. 5 and 6, on the first leg of a trip that is also taking him and Finance Minsiter Axel Kiciloff to China and then Brazil, seeking $19 billion in investments for 15 energy infrastructure projects that make up the nation’s Strategic Infrastructure Plan.
A long debate on the Glass-Steagall Act in the House of Lords Nov. 26-27 saw the U.K.'s Cameron government battling on behalf of City of London banks, to avoid the prospect that Glass-Steagall bank separation be set up as the near-term successor to Britain's so-called "ring-fencing" bank policy.