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Dealers Exempted from More Oversight as Finance-Reform Deal is Reached
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Dealers Exempted from More Oversight as Finance-Reform Deal is Reached

WASHINGTON -- House and Senate negotiators agreed to a historic financial-regulation bill that exempts auto dealers from oversight by a new consumer-finance agency, giving dealers virtually everything they lobbied for. The conference agreement represents a hard-fought victory for NADA over a powerful coalition that included President Barack Obama, the Pentagon, senior Democratic lawmakers, military families, consumer advocates and civil-rights activists. The agreement is to be submitted to the full House and Senate for votes next week, and then to Obama, who has indicated he plans to sign it. (Read more)
Source: Automotive News

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"The conference agreement represents a hard-fought victory for NADA over a powerful coalition that included President Barack Obama, the Pentagon, senior Democratic lawmakers, military families, consumer advocates and civil-rights activists."

    -- Automotive News, June 25

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