In 2008, after Lehman fell, a major money-market fund "broke the buck." Many experts say this was perhaps the key event in the global financial panic that followed. Today? The money-market funds are successfully beating back attempts to regulate them.
On several occasions, Paul Ryan has suggested he supports breaking up the nation’s largest banks to prevent future bailouts for too-big-to-fail firms. But he's never quite proposed a policy to get there.
This infographic from the law firm David Polk shows how big Dodd-Frank is getting -- and how much bigger it's likely to get. Plus: Does Lloyd Blankfein's qualified endorsement make you trust the law more or less?