In technical terms, Congress handed regulators the baton awhile ago to impose a crackdown on proprietary trading.

But as the federal agencies grapple with turning the so-called Volcker Rule into regulation, the process seems almost like a joint effort between two branches of government. Congressional influence in implementation of laws is not new, especially within the bigger reform of the Dodd-Frank Act.

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