NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 21, 2010
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(Bethesda, Maryland: Tom Costello) The new financial regulatory reform law examined; scenes shown of President Obama signing the bill; details given about the responsibilities of the new consumer financial protection bureau and the council of regulators. [OBAMA – says these reforms represent the strongest consumer protections in history.] [“Today” financial editor Jean CHATZKY- says consumers should be able to understand what they’re getting.] [CNBC’s Steve LIESMAN- explains the impact on the average American.] [US Chamber of Commerce Tom DONOHUE- explains what will put people back to work.]
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