In Monday's "Washington People" column on page 3 , the item on a lawyer's tongue-in-cheek assessment of the writing in new Federal Reserve rules went beyond his actual remarks. The lawyer, H. Rodgin Cohen of Sullivan & Cromwell, said the rules would not comply with the Securities and Exchange Commission's "plain English" requirement, but he did not say that federal banking regulators should be sent back to English class.
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