All ten Republican Members of the Senate Banking Committee have introduced legislation that would establish a higher threshold for rulemaking by the federal financial regulatory agencies, requiring them to present comprehensive, in-depth economic cost-benefit analyses to support any new regulatory proposals.  In addition, it would require Congressional action to authorize any new regulation having a net cost impact and would open a new avenue for judicial review.

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