Diversity stats should be published as part of a public company’s responsibility to serve the public interests generally, and not just serve it’s shareholders. I don’t see the need for legislation to do this. I thought the board of directors are identified in public company’s annual shareholder report. If I am incorrect in this presumption, please feel free to let me know. If the Board of Director’s are identified in the annual shareholders reports, why not simply issue a rule change to include the diversity stats as part of the annual reporting to shareholders? This would have much wider exposure and impact. The SEC could then just issue substantive fines to a public company that did not comply. It would seem to be a simpler, more efficient and impactful way of reporting. If shareholders were unhappy with the results they can simply report their concerns to the SEC to investigate and correct. I don’t think we need new legislation or even the prior legislation for this. There seems to be more direct and meaningful ways to do this.