TAMPA, Fla. — For a candidate who is vowing to repeal the Dodd-Frank Act, Mitt Romney sure seems on board with a significant number of its provisions.

In an interview with Time magazine last week, the Republican presidential candidate suggested that the proper response to the financial crisis would have established tougher capital requirements, stricter limits on leverage, and risk-retention rules.

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