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After our 1929 Wall Street crash and Depression, Congress passed a bill that contained regulations (Glass-Steagall) to prevent risky lending and investing, and keep banking and investing separate so that our savings would be protected.
In 1999, Wall Street, our Republicans and a majority of our Democrats voted to dismantle Glass-Steagall so that our economy would flourish.
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