need him to be. >> and alexis goldstein, what do you now know? >> the nypd had a bad week and we saw the first two occupy wall street trials go to work, and one resulted in a acquittal and one in a dismissal, because live stream footage contradicted what the nypd's case was. and we saw a federal judge grant class action lawsuit to the stop frisk which allows the nypd to stop and frisk anyone they find suspicious and it is racially motivated by the nypd's numbers, most of the people stopped and frisked are black and latino. >> and steve coll? >> i think that the road to the white house runs through ath then, and the greek democracy who gave us our democracy is in trouble. if there is not a government that can be created to negotiate with germany and prevent disaster obama is at risk. >> and thank you to the panel. thank you for getting up and thank you for joining us for "up" and tomorrow we will have ezra klein tomorrow, and you can find out more on the program tomorrow on upwithchris. and i will also be talking about my book in upcoming weeks, and coming up is melissa harris-perry.
health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> alexis goldstein, you and occupy the s.e.c. have been doing a great job of tracking the implementation of dodd-frank, one of the things you can find on the cfpb website is the rules you've proposed. just so people know the way the process works, a rule is put out for comment and taken with the comments and revised and put out again and finally made final. and generally what happens is the comments come from the industry. because they're the people that are keeping the closest amount of attention. i'm not going to the s.e.c. to see what, how big should a bank be to qualify for a swap facility or whatever the rule is. what would you say is happening broadly in terms of dodd-frank implementation, is it encouraging or worrisome. >> i think it's worrisomworriso have a lot of rules that haven't been finalized yet. we're starting, dodd-frank is big, a big chunk of it is is what's called title seven, derivatives reform. it's under attack right now in congress. about eight bills toeth total that are chipping away at different pieces of title seven about
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