Editor's note: This excerpt highlights coverage in this month's HW Magazine. Subscribe now to get the full story. Now that Republicans regained control of the House and narrowed the Democrats’ majority in the Senate, implementation of the Obama administration's financial reforms may take years longer than the left had hoped. While much of the new right appears ready to focus on trying to repeal President Obama's healthcare plan, changing or delaying implementation of financial reform included in the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, known as Dodd-Frank, may find its way through committee, as well.