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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Financial giants such as Goldman Sachs Group could be broken up under two bills introduced in Congress Wednesday, one with the backing of former Republican presidential nominee John McCain.

Both would reinstate the 1930s-era Glass-Steagall laws that barred large banks from affiliating with securities firms and engaging in the insurance business. Those limits were largely repealed in 1999, a high-water mark for deregulation. Read the rest of this entry »

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Financial giants such as Goldman Sachs Group could be broken up under two bills introduced in Congress Wednesday, one with the backing of former Republican presidential nominee John McCain.

Both would reinstate the 1930s-era Glass-Steagall laws that barred large banks from affiliating with securities firms and engaging in the insurance business. Those limits were largely repealed in 1999, a high-water mark for deregulation. Read the rest of this entry »

WASHINGTON (Reuters)?Financial giants such as Goldman Sachs Group could be broken up under two bills introduced in Congress Wednesday, one with the backing of former Republican presidential nominee John McCain.

Both would reinstate the 1930s-era Glass-Steagall laws that barred large banks from affiliating with securities firms and engaging in the insurance business. Those limits were largely repealed in 1999, a high-water mark for deregulation. Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »