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.

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…

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