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White House stiffs futures watchdog

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The regulators charged with carrying out a key provision of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law are warning that they don't have enough funding to do the job, but neither the Obama administration nor Washington seems to be listening. Like other federal agencies, the Commodity Futures Trade Commission, traditionally dedicated to overseeing futures contracts, always wants more funding. In recent...

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