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- Neal Wolin deputy secretary of the Department of the Treasury.
- Binyamin Appelbaum reporter, The New York Times.
- Senator Christopher Dodd Democratic U.S. senator from Connecticut and chairman of the Senate Banking Committee.
- Alexis Simendinger Senate correspondent for the National Journal.
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