Yes, the NN rules do more than that. But those who professed to love disclosure but not prohibition on discrimination forget -- or do not chose to remember -- the preclusive effect of the Congressional Review Act. It prohibits the agency from reenacting any "substantially similar" regulations, in any part. So all the disclosure stuff would have been eliminated as well, and prohibited going forward.
OTOH, winning this means the court challenge continues. So we had to expend significant resources on a pure defensive play, while opponents spent relatively little (industry lost interest awhile ago, this is now entirely Tea Party driven).
But we won, which is something these days. And we did not lose any Dems. OTOH, felt sorry to see Olympia Snowe brought to heal by Maine Tea Party. To paraphrase, "what profit a woman to sell her soul for the whole world? But Oh, Olympia, for a primary?"
And I hope Elizabeth Warren sticks it to Scott Brown for this one.