Now a top financial industry lobbyist, Judd Gregg needs to re-establish trust in finance




One of the darkest hours of the 2008 financial crisis came when Congress voted down a bill creating the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP. The Dow Jones industrial average sank more than 700 points on the news, forcing proponents like Sen. Judd Gregg to press colleagues for approval of the legislation that led a few weeks later to the bailout of the nation's banking system.
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