Senator Scott Brown has trumpeted his role in casting the deciding vote in favor of the 2010 Wall Street overhaul, but records show that after he voted for the law, he worked to shield banks and other financial institutions from some of its tough provisions. Emails between Brown’s legislative director and US Treasury Department officials show that Brown advocated for a looser interpretation of the law, so that banks could more easily engage in high-risk investments.
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