Something for (Almost) Everybody in Dodd-Frank: Racial, Gender, and Diversity Considerations in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

The provisions of the [Dodd-Frank] Act that deal with race, gender, and diversity generally fall into two categories: those that ask financial regulators to take these considerations into account in addressing systemic financial risk and those that ask these
regulators to take these considerations into account in their workforces, the workforces of thei contractors, and the businesses they regulate. All of these provisions raise various legal and policy issues

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