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California lawmaker denounces Wells Fargo at hearing, calls for statewide banking reform

by www.latimes.com

There were fewer TV cameras and less pomp and circumstance, but a hearing in Calabasas on Tuesday on the Wells Fargo & Co. fake accounts scandal was an otherwise familiar site, with lawmakers ripping into the bank.

Assemblyman Matt Dababneh (D-Encino), chairman of the Assembly Banking Committee,...


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