"Today, the nation's four largest banks — JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo — are nearly $2 trillion larger than they were before the crisis, with a greater market share than ever. And the federal help continues — not as direct bailouts, but in the form of an implicit government guarantee. The market knows that the government won't allow these institutions to fail. …We want to reverse this dangerous trend with bipartisan action aimed at ending "too big to fail" in a practical, responsible fashion. On Wednesday, we will introduce legislation to ensure that all banks have proper capital reserves t..."