While most experts agree that some kind of financial reform needed to be undertaken as a result of the 2008 financial meltdown but was the Dodd-Frank bill the very best that our lawmakers had to offer? Interestingly enough even those supporters aren't 100% in favor of it, but they generally say that "it's more right than wrong".
Here is Conrad Black from an article at nationalreview.com where he states "Dodd-Frank: Wrong, Wrong, Wrong.
And here is Douglas Elliott from usnews.com on why he thinks "Dodd-Frank Is More Right Than Wrong.
Compare the two and decide for yourself which viewpoint is most truthful and on target.
And here is a little commentary from PJTV: