Put Wall Street Reform Back on the Agenda

JP Morgan Chase announced a $2 billion trading loss in two months from taking risky bets with other people's money.   After the biggest financial crisis in generations, Wall Street has still not been held accountable and does not appear to consider itself responsible.

JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon is also a member of the Board of Directors of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, where he advises the Federal Reserve on the oversight of the financial industry.

Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren is calling on Congress to put Wall Street reform back on the agenda and to begin by passing a new Glass-Steagall Act. This was the law that stopped investment banks from gambling away people's life savings for decades -- until Wall Street successfully lobbied to have it repealed in 1999.

Sign the petition now: http://elizabethwarren.com/wall-street-reform?sc=ems