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December 6, 2022

The Frank-Dodd Act Could Solve Part of the Unemployment Problem

“In 2,500 pages of dense prose, we’re about to receive legislation that could better be entitled ‘The Lawyers’ and Lobbyists’ Full Employment Act.”’

~ Harvey Pitt, former SEC Chairman, graduated with his law degree from St. John’s in 1968.

“In 2,500 pages of dense prose, we’re about to receive legislation that could better be entitled ‘The Lawyers’ and Lobbyists’ Full Employment Act.”’

~ Harvey Pitt, former SEC Chairman, graduated with his law degree from St. John’s in 1968.

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