Kristen Scholer and Tim Stenovec discuss the biggest financial news of the day. The House of Representatives approved legislation Tuesday to roll back banking rules in a rare bipartisan deal. The bill makes modest changes to the Dodd-Frank law passed in 2010. The legislation cuts regulations for small lenders and raises the threshold at which larger lenders automatically face stricter rules. However, the plan leaves most of Dodd-Frank's major provisions unchanged, such as emergency government powers and curbs on derivatives.