Link HEREMr. Sanders’s legislation would give Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner 90 days to compile a list of commercial banks, investment banks, hedge funds and insurance companies that he deems too big to fail or “any entity that has grown so large that its failure would have a catastrophic effect on the stability of either the financial system or the United States economy without substantial government assistance.”
Within one year after the legislation became law, the Treasury Department would be required to break up those banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions identified by the secretary.
I don't completely disagree with this.
I would amend it to be any company not just commercial banks, investment banks, hedge funds, and insurance companies, that has received bailout money and can't pay back every cents in 90 days gets scuttled over a year.