Rick McKinney, Assistant Law Librarian, at the Federal Reserve Board Law Library has posted links to the relevant Legislative History documents associated with the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The website itself is maintained by the Law Librarian's Society of Washington, DC as part of the LLSDC's Legislative Sourcebook.
This series of links is a real public service. Tracking and/or finding all of the various components of the Act on Thomas or the FDsys site was problematic. McKinney's links are being frequently updated as more documents are printed and more links become available. The legislative history of the Dodd-Frank Act is complex and, until recently, not many of the documents had been printed or compiled in any meaningful way.
Like any well-rounded law librarian, McKinney includes links to "alternate" sources including those summaries posted by Wikipedia and Skadden Arps. It is interesting to contemplate the use of "Wikipedia" and "Skadden Arps" in the same sentence.