The financial crisis of 2007-2009 has produced a playing field increasingly tilted against community banks and a general danger for all banks that regulatory burdens will increase markedly as compared with un- and underregulated financial firms.

This is bad not only for the banking industry but also for the American economy. Regulatory anomalies create economic inefficiencies that translate into less safe and sound financial institutions and less sound credit being made available to the marketplace.

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