05/16/2010 - Most of you support the financial reform bill that's pending in Congress.
How do I know this? An opinion poll told me.
The Pew Financial Reform Project released a poll last week that found 52 percent of likely voters in Utah think passing a reform bill right now is more important than anything else Congress or the president could do. In addition, 74 percent want an early warning system in place to alert people of looming trouble in the financial industry (whatever that means), and 72 percent want an orderly process in place to allow businesses to fail without harming the rest of the economy — ending the notion of something being "too big to fail."
Read the entire editorial What Would You Have Done in Bennett's Place? on the Deseret News Web site.
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