For a man in office roughly four months, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has some definite opinions on regulatory oversight and its effect on American competitiveness.

To avoid confusion, when he mentions “regulatory oversight,” it’s a euphemism for the four-year-old Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

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