WASHINGTON — Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. board member Thomas Hoenig resumed his role Thursday of financial reform skeptic.

Addressing a Cato Institute conference on financial policy, Hoenig reiterated his doubts that reforms coming out of the financial crisis have adequately addressed "too big to fail", and pointed to three courses that he said policymakers should take to make the system stronger.

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