Representative John Larson, together with 17 other members of the House, sponsored the Commission on Financial Crisis Accountability Act of 2009. The legislation would “establish a commission on the tax and fiscal implications of the regulation of financial products and arrangements” and would “study the current financial crisis, its causes and impact on the Federal deficit and tax revenues.” The bill was introduced and referred to the House Financial Services and the Ways and Means Committees on January 28.
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