Subject: Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act --enforce disclosure CEO pay

May 18, 2012

To the SEC,

Our nation is ill and must work fast to reduce the out of control CEO pay. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act requires companies to report their CEO-to-worker pay ratio to investors. With more transparency, the salaries and perks will be scrutinized and will be reduced to less extravagant, glutinous, greedy, and truthfully undeserved amounts. The SEC has yet to adopt this provision of the Dodd-Frank law. It needs to be done immediately. Act to save our nation and fix some of what is ailing the hearts of minds of CEOs a power and wealth that is unhealthy, that corrupts the spirit of humanity, and blinds one's existence at the expense of families, working people and the middle class, dedicated, charitable, good people. The common people want balance, reasonable laws, opportunity, education, the wonderful services that our country has, and controls on the debilities of the human being who is drunk with wealth and power.I urge the SEC to propose rules requiring companies to publicly disclose their CEO-to-worker pay ratio, so investors and the public can judge for themselves whether they wish to support these companies and their damaging perks, bonuses, and salary structures.


Carol White