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See who is meeting with the Fed about Dodd-Frank
Jun. 9, 2011L. Allyn Dixon Jr., Iowa Banking Law Blog
NO LEGAL QUORUM AT THE NLRB – AGAIN

The Federal Reserve’s website has a section for Dodd-Frank implementation matters.  On this part of the site, the Federal Reserve posts summaries of its meetings with banks, trade associations, consumer groups, and other members of the public.  This is a great way to see what is brewing in regulatory reform and what may soon come to a boil.  New posts are generally made on Mondays.

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