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Advocacy Group Rolls Out 'Dump (Mary Jo) Truck' on D.C. Streets

Bruce Carton | September 15, 2015
Of the many government agencies and departments, I really only follow the SEC closely. And so I ask in all sincerity ... is there anyone leading a government agency who gets the kind of "creative" criticism that now appears to come with job when you are Chairman of the SEC?
 
In April 2015 I observed here that things seem to have changed dramatically in recent years. I wrote that
Back in the olden days, the Chairman of the SEC knew heading into the job that he or she would become something of a public figure during their term (in the securities law world, at least) whose photograph might occasionally appear in newspapers and trade journals. Perhaps their policies would even be called into question by a pointed article or editorial.
 
Today, it appears, the SEC chair must be prepared for...
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