The Senate has reached a bipartisan agreement to lift many of the restrictions on small and regional banks that were put in place after the financial crisis to prevent them from putting the economy in danger if another crisis arose. A key provision is raising the regulatory threshold for systemically important financial institutions to $250 billion from $50 billion.
Senators back relaxation of regulations on smaller banks
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