US Financial CHOICE Act likely to pass House – will it pass the Senate? (Premium)

The US Financial CHOICE Act, the Republican plan to repeal and replace Dodd-Frank, is heading for a vote in the US House this week. If approved as expected, it moves to the Senate where it may face greater hurdles. What’s the matter with this bill that no one thinks it will become law in the current form?
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