Bennett's Loss Likely to Hurt ILCs, Affect Banking Panel

Adler, Joe
May 2010
American Banker;5/11/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 72, p3
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The article discusses the loss by U.S. Senator Bob Bennett of his Utah Senate seat, which could affect the Republican party's future leadership on the U.S. Senate Banking Committee because he was the second-ranking Republican on the panel. The target of Bennett by the Tea Party movement who criticized his 2008 support of the U.S. Troubled Asset Relief Program is explored. Bennett's support of industrial loan companies is discussed.


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