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The SEC must oversee two beneficiaries with conflicting goals. Now maybe it would be wise (perhaps not “Solomon wise”), for the SEC to, instead of splitting the baby, take baby steps. (Photo: Shutterstock)

You remember what happened when the two women came to King Solomon arguing over who was the true mother of a certain unnamed baby. Solomon, no doubt perturbed by this unwanted intrusion, picked up the remote and muted the football game.

Christopher Carosa


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