By Benjamin Goad - 10/08/13 12:31 PM EDT
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s efforts to force bad actors on Wall Street to admit guilt could be undermined by subsequent legal cases brought by state-level regulators, The New York Times reports.
Tuesday is the first day in perhaps decades that an edition of the Federal Register contains no rules or draft regulations, thanks to the ongoing government shutdown, according to RegWatch.
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