June 29th, 2010
01:55 PM ET
4 years ago

Wall Street reform bill hits snags

Washington (CNNMoney.com) - An increasingly troubled Wall Street reform bill may not make the Democrats' July 4 deadline for final passage.

In fact, lawmakers are considering re-opening the conference committee created to meld the two different versions of Wall Street reform to address a revolt by Republicans who don't like a provision that taxes the largest banks and hedge funds.

Also, a planned Thursday memorial for Sen. Robert Byrd, the West Virginia Democrat who died Monday, means that if the Senate doesn't finish work passing the bill by Wedneday, they could run out of time this week.

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  1. NC

    Why don't republicans revolt out of Washington and just stay home, they don't do anything for the country that helps us.

    June 29, 2010 03:39 pm at 3:39 pm |
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