I recently wrote an article on the merits and dangers of creating a secondary market for small-business loans.

After reading the bill introduced on July 1 to promote economic growth and credit formation by facilitating the development of a secondary market for business, commercial, and community development debt and equity investments and for other purposes, I was again struck by the naive posture taken by legislators toward the financial services industry in general and the extension of credit in particular.

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