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So why are Republican senators all of a sudden wanting tougher bank regulation?

Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby and other congressional Republicans seemingly have a newfound desire to regulate the banks. It's a remarkable thing, really, to see a spectacle like Tuesday's hearing where Wells Fargo's CEO was raked over the coals by Democrats and Republicans alike.  So why did Shelby have this hearing? Oh, that's right: to attack the CFPB, the agency that got the $100 million fine from Wells Fargo.
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