Historic Wall Street reform signed

Few in GOP backed package of revised banking, credit rules

President Obama gives credit to two Democrats, Sen. Christopher J. Dodd, and Rep. Barney Frank (hand raised), after signing the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act on Wednesday. The two lawmakers chair key finance committees. At left is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. (Associated Press)President Obama gives credit to two Democrats, Sen. Christopher J. Dodd, and Rep. Barney Frank (hand raised), after signing the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act on Wednesday. The two lawmakers chair key finance committees. At left is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. (Associated Press)
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Kara Rowland

Kara Rowland, White House reporter for The Washington Times, is a D.C.-area native. She graduated from the University of Virginia, where she studied American government and spent nearly all her waking hours working as managing editor of the Cavalier Daily, UVa.’s student newspaper.

Her interest in political reporting was piqued by an internship at Roll Call the summer before her ...

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