On September 12, the House Financial Services Committee passed, on a unanimous, bipartisan, 60-0 vote, legislation (H.R. 2827) to clarify the Dodd-Frank Act as it relates to regulating municipal advisors. The Committees action is notable and welcome for several reasons.
Commentary: Bipartisanship Reigns, Briefly, Over Clarifying Dodd-Frank
SEP 17, 2012 11:25am ET
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New York's budget leaves it at risk of becoming one of only five states that do not allow the use of design-build procurement to deliver public infrastructure projects.
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