Big Banks Won Anti-Money Laundering Law With 'Major Whistleblower-Killing Loophole'
In the final weeks of Trump's presidency, major banks effectively neutered whistleblower provisions to exclude virtually all United States bank employees.
|Kevin Gosztola||Feb 6||6|
During the final weeks of Donald Trump's presidency, the United States Senate overrode a veto of the National Defense Authorization Act, which contained an anti-money laundering law that included whistleblower protections.
Senator Sherrod Brown, a Democrat from the state of Ohio, was involved in craft…