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I feel better now that it has passed. At least "something" was done to help stem the market free-fall. Whether it was THE answer, who knows? Seems to me that on balance, most experts felt it needed to be done, however imperfect a solution it appears to be. It's what happens next via reforms/re-emphasis on regulatory controls, etc., that will really matter.
I'm not pleased about it, unfortunately though the markets have been whipped up into such a frenzy about this that not passing might have led to a big time collapse. So can anyone summarize how this bill is different from the original version, besides having a bunch more pork put into it?