Now that Congress has passed the “Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act,” it might be a good time to compare the 2,319-page financial reform bill (245 pages longer than the healthcare bill) to the previous bills listed below (and see graph) that are considered among the most consequential legislative acts for banking and finance."" (emphasis supplied)
This begs the question, if a 37-page bill (The Glass-Steagall Act) took care of the problem in 1933, why can't the same 37-page bill be re-instated? What are the Marxist-Socialists (MS) that passed & signed the Dodd-Frank Act be up to? Perhaps it's purposeful obfuscation via complexity. A very MS thing to do. As Speaker Pelosi said, you'll have to pass the Bill to find out what's in it.
Now, let's have a look at AN ACT PROVIDING ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE, QUALITY, ACCOUNTABLE HEALTH CARE (Massachusetts) that consists of four Statutory Chapters. Buckle up, here we go: Chapter 58 - 2006 ; Chapter 324 - 2006 ; Chapter 450 - 2006 & Chapter 205 - 2007 . I wouldn't even hazard a guess at the page length of the entire 4 chapters. Let's just call it long enough. Even the title is too long!
Stayed tuned for it's a long journey into legislative "sausage making."
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