Hillary Clinton Calls for Breaking Up 'Too Risky' Financial Firms

The policy proposals lend Clinton ammunition—or at least armor—for the Democrats' first nationally televised presidential debate on Tuesday.
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Hillary Clinton supports breaking up or reorganizing financial firms that are “too large and too risky to be managed effectively,” her campaign said Thursday as it unveiled a set of proposals aimed at reining in what it sees as Wall Street's abuses.

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