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    SCOTUS: SEC v Cochran - administrative state no longer has carte blanche to run amok

    Woman Wins Years-Long Battle Against Regulator, Dealing Blow To Administrative State The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) dropped its more than seven year-long case against accountant Michelle Cochran after her April Supreme Court victory against the agency. Cochran’s case began in 2016...
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    America's War on Crypto

    The crypto industry recently held a Consensus 2023 industry event in Austin, Texas. It was a 3 day event featuring numerous panels/sessions with speakers/representatives from both crypto and non-crypto companies/industries as well as representatives from various government regulators. The...
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    Barrier to investing in private securities to be reconsidered?

    https://reason.com/2023/04/26/this-sec-rule-makes-it-harder-to-invest-unless-youre-already-rich/ I can only assume that this would also have an impact on the SEC's current "cryptos are securities" war against the crypto industry.
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    SEC trying to curb retail trading

    Their Jihad isn't limited to crypto: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/virtu-ceo-slams-gensler-reforms-as-democratic-plan-to-curb-retail-trading-2ea1daf0
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    U.S. Lawmakers Argue SEC Accounting Policy Undermines Safe Crypto Custody

    https://www.lummis.senate.gov/wp-content/uploads/Prudential-Impact-of-SAB-121-Letter.pdf Not sure if anything actionable will come of this, but it's probably worth watching as the birthing pains of the crypto markets going mainstream continue.
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    The SECs Consolidated Audit Trail (financial surveillance)

    Goes to 11 in March apparently: More: https://reason.com/2023/02/17/the-sec-is-starting-a-massive-database-of-every-stock-trade/
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