BusinessPulse Survey: July 22, 2010

by | Jul 22, 2010 | Community Circle

The 2,300-page financial reform act that recently passed in Congress attempts to let the government: Be a watchdog for American consumers so they receive clear, accurate information on mortgages, credit cards and other financial products; have the authority to liquidate failing financial companies and remove a taxpayer bailout situation; give shareholders a say on executive compensation; and get resources together to fend off future financial crises. What HBJ wants to know is…

How effective will the government be at financial reform?
• Totally effective
• Somewhat effective
• No opinion
• Hardly effective
• Not at all effective



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