President Obama's sweeping proposal to overhaul financial regulation is a mixed bag of the attainable and the out of reach.
Certain parts, such as creating a consumer protection agency, giving the government the power to seize systemically important institutions, abolishing the Office of Thrift Supervision and regulating derivatives, appear likely to be enacted.
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