As we reported in our May 23 issue, the House of Representatives passed the major bank-deregulation bill, rolling back key parts of Dodd-Frank, which had previously been passed by the Senate. On May 24, President Trump signed the measure into law at a White House ceremony. The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155) would ease the regulatory burden on small community banks and, with the goal of giving consumers easier access to credit, provide relief for some larger regional banks from enhanced prudential standards and provide protections against class-action suits for credit-reporting agencies.