Dodd-Frank: One year later

As we've said previously, Dodd-Frank is now one year old. Unfortunately, as we've also discussed, more and more of its provisions are being pushed further back in their implementation. The latest hold-up is the establishment of the Consumer Protection Bureau, that while it has opened its doors, still does not have a director. Others are starting to notice as well. Last night, Jon Stewart did a segment on The Daily Show detailing the progress the law has made over the last year. Hope you enjoy it in all its satirical goodness.

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Michael McFarlin

Michael McFarlin joined Futures in 2010 after graduating summa cum laude from Trinity International University, where he majored in English/Communication. With the launch of the new web platform, Michael serves as web editor for the site and will continue to work on the magazine, where he focuses on the Markets and Trading 101 features. He also served as a member of the Wisconsin National Guard from 2007 to 2010. mmcfarlin@futuresmag.com

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