Holding Wall Street Accountable


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    I strongly support holding Wall Street banks fully responsible for the financial crises caused in 2008 and all of the adverse effects that came from it. If the banks are too big, then they should be broken up, not subsidized.

    Lenore Albert-Sheridan

    State Assembly,
    Huntington Beach

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    The Federal Reserve and Wall Street corruption both need the axe.

    John P. Hoop

    State Assembly,
    Signal Hill, California

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    So long as people are not penalized for bad behavior, there is no incentive to stop it. We have to hold those with power to be personally responsible for the results of their behavior with power. And if such power cannot be held responsibly by anyone, for if the temptation is too great, it needs to be eliminated, period.

    Nathaniel Sean Downes

    State Representative,
    Orting, Washington

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    No one, regardless of position or income, should be exempt from the law.

    Mark Lovell

    State Representative,
    Eads, Tennessee

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    Mark Kinion

    County Judge,
    Fayetteville, Arkansas

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    I support the existence of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. I support stricter State laws with jurisdiction over the Wall Street business linked to and in our State, FANNI MAE, Banks, Insurances etc. I support punitive damages.

    Steve Naumovski

    State Representative,
    STERLING HEIGHTS, Michigan

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