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If elected, Clinton under pressure to appoint tough Wall Street sheriffs

Democratic Party progressives intent on reining in Wall Street are pushing Hillary Clinton to choose people to head the Treasury, SEC and other agencies who will crack down on big banks if she wins the White House on Nov. 8. “Do they have a proven track record of challenging corporate power?” asked...
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