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This page contains links to legislative action related to the financial crisis policy. Each link goes to the Government Printing Office (GPO). Each link contains essentially a text document inside < pre > </ pre> tags within an HTML frame.


Legislative Action on TARP and Dodd-Frank
  • Congressional Hearings
    Transcripts of hearings and submitted witness testimony parsed by speaker, with sequence identifiers
    • TARP (12 hearings)
    • Dodd-Frank (62 hearings)


Contents

Legislative Action

Recent Major Financial Reform Laws

Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank)

Public Law 111-203 TXT

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Stimulus)

http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/BILLS-111hr1enr/pdf/BILLS-111hr1enr.pdf

Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (TARP)

Public Law 110-343 TXT

Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008

Public Law 110-289 TXT

Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act of 2002 (Sarbanes-Okley)

Public Law 107-204 TXT

Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999 (Gramm-Leach-Bliley)

Public Law 106-102 TXT

Legislative History for Dodd-Frank Act

Resolutions

Proposed procedures for the consideration of the bill

H. Res 956

H. Res 964

H. Res 1490

Bills

H.R. 4173 Introduced in House

H.R. 4173 Engrossed in House

H.R. 4173 Engrossed amendment Senate

H.R. 4173 Enrolled bill (Law)

Related Bills

Other bills the Congressional Research Service considers to be important (though not necessarily the only) sources of content for the bill in question.

H.R. 3126

H.R. 3818

S. 3217

Committee Reports

Summary of Committee Action and Recommendations

Senate Report 111-176

Conference Reports

Proposal for resolving differences between bill versions passed by the House and Senate

House Report 111-517

Hearings

Transcripts of specific committee hearings related to a bill. Often also include submitted written testimony from witnesses. Most of these hearings are investigatory. A "markup" hearing is when the committee reviews and amends the actual legislation.

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 24 September 2008 The Future of Financial Services: Exploring Solutions for the Current Market Crisis

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 21 October 2008 Regulatory Restructuring and Reform of the Financial System

House Financial Services Commmittee Hearing: 17 March 2009 Perspectives on Regulation of Systemic Risk in the Financial Services Industry

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 18 March 2009 American International Group's Impact on the Global Economy: Before, During, and After Federal Intervention

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 24 March 2009 Oversight of the Federal Government's Intervention at American International Group

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 25 March 2009 Exploring the Balance between Increased Credit Availability and Prudent Lending Standards

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 26 March 2009 Addressing the Need for Comprehensive Regulatory Reform

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 5 May 2009 The Effect of the Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy on State and Local Governments

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 14 May 2009 How Should the Federal Government Oversee Insurance?

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 19 May 2009 Approaches to Improving Credit Rating Agency Regulation

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 9 June 2009 The Effective Regulation of the Over-the-Counter Derivatives Markets

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 16 June 2009 Systemic Risk and Insurance

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 24 June 2009 Regulatory Restructuring: Enhancing Consumer Financial Products Regulation

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 25 June 2009 Improving Consumer Financial Literacy Under the New Regulatory System

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 9 July 2009 Regulatory Restructuring: Balancing the Independence of the Federal Reserve in Monetary Policy with Systemic Risk Regulation

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 10 July 2009 A Review of the Administration’s Proposal to Regulate the Over-the-Counter Derivatives Market

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 15 July 2009 Banking Industry Perspectives on the Obama Administration’s Financial Regulatory Reform Proposals

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 16 July 2009 Regulatory Restructuring: Safeguarding Consumer Protection and the Role of the Federal Reserve

House Financial Services Hearing: 16 July 2009 Community and Consumer Advocates’ Perspectives on the Obama Administration’s Financial Regulatory Reform Proposals

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 17 July 2009 Industry Perspectives on the Obama Administration’s Financial Regulatory Reform Proposals

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 21 July 2009 Systemic Risk: Are Some Institutions Too Big to Fail and If So, What Should We Do About It?

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 22 July 2009 Regulatory Perspectives on the Obama Administration’s Financial Regulatory Reform Proposals

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 24 July 2009 Regulatory Perspectives on the Obama Administration’s Financial Regulatory Reform Proposals-Part Two

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 23 September 2009 Federal Regulator Perspectives on Financial Regulatory Reform Proposals

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 23 September 2009 The Administration’s Proposals for Financial Regulatory Reform

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 24 September 2009 Experts' Perspectives on Systemic Risk and Resolution Issues

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 30 September 2009 Perspectives on the Consumer Financial Protection Agency

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 30 September 2009 Reforming Credit Rating Agencies

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 1 October 2009 Federal Reserve Perspectives on Financial Regulatory Reform Proposals

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 7 October 2009 Reform of the Over-the-Counter Derivative Market: Limiting Risk and Ensuring Fairness

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 29 October 2009 Systemic Regulation, Prudential Matters, Resolution Authority and Securitization

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 22 January 2010 Compensation in the Financial Industry

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 25 February 2010 Compensation in the Financial Industry – Government Perspectives

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 17 March 2010 Examining the Link Between Fed Bank Supervision and Monetary Policy

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 18 March 2010 Insurance Holding Company Supervision

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 12 May 2010 Minorities and Women in Financial Regulatory Reform: The Need for Increasing Participation and Opportunities for Qualified Persons and Businesses

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 16 October 2008 Turmoil in the U.S. Credit Markets: The Genesis of the Current Economic Crisis

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 4 February 2009 Modernizing the U.S. Financial Regulatory System

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 12 February 2009 Modernizing Consumer Protection in the Financial Regulatory System: Strengthening Credit Card Protections

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 3 March 2009 Consumer Protections in Financial Services: Past Problems, Future Solutions

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 5 March 2009 American International Group: Examining what went wrong, government intervention, and implications for future regulation

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 10 March 2009 Enhancing Investor Protection and the Regulation of Securities Markets

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 18 March 2009 Lessons Learned in Risk Management Oversight at Federal Financial Regulators

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 19 March 2009 Modernizing Bank Supervision and Regulation

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 24 March 2009 Modernizing Bank Supervision and Regulation, Part II

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 26 March 2009 Enhancing Investor Protection and the Regulation of Securities Markets – Part II

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 6 May 2009 Regulating and Resolving Institutions Considered ‘Too Big to Fail’

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 18 June 2009 The Administration’s Proposal to Modernize the Financial Regulatory System

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 22 June 2009 Over-the-Counter Derivatives: Modernizing Oversight to Increase Transparency and Reduce Risks

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 8 July 2009 The Effects of the Economic Crisis on Community Banks and Credit Unions in Rural Communities

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 14 July 2009 Creating a Consumer Financial Protection Agency: A Cornerstone of America’s New Economic Foundation

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 23 July 2009 Establishing a Framework for Systemic Risk Regulation

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 29 July 2009 Protecting Shareholders and Enhancing Public Confidence by Improving Corporate Governance

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 4 August 2009 STRENGTHENING AND STREAMLINING PRUDENTIAL BANK SUPERVISION

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 5 August 2009 EXAMINING PROPOSALS TO ENHANCE THE REGULATION OF CREDIT RATING AGENCIES

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 30 September 2009 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION TO MODERNIZE FINANCIAL REGULATION

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 7 October 2009 SECURITIZATION OF ASSETS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 14 October 2009 EXAMINING THE STATE OF THE BANKING INDUSTRY

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 2 February 2010 PROHIBITING CERTAIN HIGH-RISK INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES BY BANKS AND BANK HOLDING COMPANIES

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 4 February 2010 EXECUTIVE SESSION TO VOTE ON NOMINATIONS AND A HEARING ENTITLED "IMPLICATIONS OF THE ‘VOLCKER RULES’ FOR FINANCIAL STABILITY"

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 12 February 2010 EQUIPPING FINANCIAL REGULATORS WITH THE TOOLS NECESSARY TO MONITOR SYSTEMIC RISK



Legislative History for Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (TARP)

Resolutions

H. Res 1014

H. Res 1525

Bills

TARP was added by the Senate to a passed House bill addressing a different topic.

H.R. 1424

Related Bills

These bills are related to provisions of HR 1424 other than TARP

H.R. 493

H.R. 1367

H.R. 6983

H.R. 7202

H.R. 7207

S. 358

S. 558

Committee Reports

House Report 110-374 Part I

House Report 110-374 Part II

House Report 110-374 Part III

House Report 110-907

House Report 110-903

House Report 110-922

Conference Reports

None

Hearings

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 10 July 2008 SYSTEMIC RISK AND THE FINANCIAL MARKETS

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 24 July 2008 SYSTEMIC RISK AND THE FINANCIAL MARKETS

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 18 November 2008 Oversight of Implementation of the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 and of Government Lending and Insurance Facilities; Impact on Economy and Credit Availability

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 19 November 2008 Stabilizing the Financial Condition of the American Automobile Industry

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 5 December 2008 Review of Industry Plans to Stabilize the Financial Condition of the American Automobile Industry

House Financial Services Committee Hearing: 10 December 2008 Oversight Concerns Regarding Treasury Department Conduct of the Troubled Assets Relief Program

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 15 July 2008 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN U.S. FINANCIAL MARKETS AND REGULATORY RESPONSES TO THEM

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 23 September 2008 TURMOIL IN US CREDIT MARKETS RECENT ACTIONS REGARDING GOVERNMENT SPONSORED ENTITIES, INVESTMENT BANKS AND OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 16 October 2008 TURMOIL IN THE U.S. CREDIT MARKETS: THE GENESIS OF THE CURRENT ECONOMIC CRISIS

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 23 October 2008 TURMOIL IN THE U.S. CREDIT MARKETS: EXAMINING RECENT REGULATORY RESPONSES

Senate Baning Committee Hearing: 13 November 2008 OVERSIGHT OF THE EMERGENCY ECONOMIC STABILIZATION ACT: EXAMINING FINANCIAL INSTITUTION USE OF FUNDING UNDER THE CAPITAL PURCHASE PROGRAM

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 18 November 2008 EXAMINING THE STATE OF THE DOMESTIC AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY

Senate Banking Committee Hearing: 4 December 2008 THE STATE OF THE DOMESTIC AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY: PART II

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