By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
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Banking regulations have swung too far toward the extreme since the Wall Street meltdown in 2008, which is preventing the economy from moving forward, says the head of a Washington bank.
Mr. Wilfong said the regulatory burden now faced by commercial lenders has pushed the economy past the point of consumer protection to slow growth, he said.
"If you create a crisis, the natural response is to overregulate," he said.