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Kasich: Bankers should protest restrictive policies
Gov. Kasich says new federal policies are unfair to bankers
by WKSU's STATEHOUSE CORRESPONDENT JO INGLES


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Governor John Kasich is telling bankers throughout Ohio to make some noise in Washington.
Kasich: Bankers should protest restrictive policies

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Governor Kasich tells bankers they need to go to Washington, carry some signs, and make their needs known to the nation's congressman. 

Kasich says it’s not fair for the government to ask bankers to help create solutions to economic problems then put restrictive policies in place that prevent bankers from doing that.  He says bankers should “start raising hell”. 

Kasich tells bankers to start carrying signs that say "let our people go" and march around the capital.  He says he’s not asking them to go sleep in a park somewhere, but adds people sleeping in a park have gotten more attention from more elements of America than could be imagined.

Kasich says this is a time when the squeaky wheel gets the grease, so bankers should squeak their wheels.
 
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