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Rep. Frank offers business a 'grand bargain'

Reduced regulations for more job benefits

Representative Barney Frank, likely chairman of the House Financial Services Committee when Congress reconvenes in January, spoke at the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
By Michael Kranish and Ross Kerber
Globe Staff / November 19, 2006

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Representative Barney Frank has proposed in a series of meetings with business groups a "grand bargain" with corporate America: Democrats would agree to reduce regulations and support free-trade deals in exchange for businesses agreeing to greater wage increases and job benefits for workers. (Full article: 1259 words)

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