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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 18, 2010
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Kerley) The huge debate over the Democratic financial reform bill examined; details given about the failure fund, a consumer protection office & regulation of derivatives & the criticism of the rules. [Senators Scott BROWN, Mitch McCONNELL - raise questions.] [On "Meet the Press," Treasury Secretary Tim GEITHNER - comments on the bill.] ["Wall Street Journal" Damian PALETTA†- outlines the scenario to see if the powers work.] [University of Maryland economics professor Peter MORICI†- assesses the crisis.] President Obama's plans to hit the road to sell financial reform noted.

Harris, Dan;
Kerley, David

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