WASHINGTON House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's stunning defeat in Virginia's Republican primary Tuesday evening could usher in a new political era for the House one that's likely to leave its imprint on the banking industry.
While Cantor was not intimately involved in the daily details of banking policy, he was considered an ally to the business community, taking the lead on some key bills, including the passage of flood insurance reforms earlier this year.
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