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The Return of The Glass-Steagall Act of 1933

They got it right after the first depression. Re-install the act, break up the big banks from commercial lenders and fund managers.

 

Nothing is "Too Big To Fail." Tell the SEC to do its' dog-gone job or quit!

Submitted by (@dware0)

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Regulate Environmentalists

Environmentalists Need to Be Regulated Especially when they enter the lawsuit phase against business enterprises, or potential business enterprises ..... The regulations imposed on Environmentalists for the Environmentalism litigation would be the following : 1. Require them to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement report describing in detail with supporting scientific facts how the proposed land use change, ...more »

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Making Data More Accessible

adopt Dutch Taxonomy approach to rebuild confidence, streamline reporting

Government and industry must stretch limited resources to simultaneously rebuild public confidence in the wake of a sense of betrayal because the regulatory system failed to detect and deal with problems such as sub-prime mortgages and rebuild the economy at the same time. Fortunately, there is already a successful model, the Dutch Taxonomy Project, that can not only deal with the crises of confidence and economy but ...more »

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