Names you should know: Neil Wolin, Michael Barr, Diana Farrell
The FinReg process has been centered in the Treasury Department rather than the White House, and Congress's lack of preexisting expertise has led it to rely much more heavily on the administration than was true during health-care reform. Which is all to say that it's worth taking a few minutes to learn about the Treasury employees who are actually crafting this thing.
April 19, 2010; 11:08 AM ET
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