WASHINGTON — A new analysis by the American Action Forum examines the cumulative costs and paperwork burdens of the Dodd-Frank Act roughly four years after the financial reform law's passage.

The report — titled "Dodd-Frank at 4: More Regulation, More Regulators, and a Sluggish Housing Market" — finds that the law has so far cost $21.8 billion.

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