The JOBS Act aimed to allow small businesses and startups to more easily raise capital by making the regulations around certain types of fundraising less restrictive. Much of the implementation of the JOBS Act remains to be done by the SEC, and this article points to the SEC's history of promulgating rules pursuant to Dodd-Frank to demonstrate that there remains a potentially large difference in terms of how much this will increase the flow of capital to small businesses and startups.
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