Watch U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren read our joint opposition with The National Urban League to #S2155 during floor debates yesterday.
An aging workforce, advances in automation, and growing income inequality point to an era of rapid and volatile change — and greater economic disruption than we have seen over the past 60 years.
Hensarling has called for the Senate to include in its legislation some of the more than two dozen bills his committee passed with bipartisan support.
Congress packed budget bill with special breaks for Washington insiders
Community banks and consumer advocates are clashing over a provision in the Senate banking bill on mortgage data reporting, but there’s been little vetting of what the measure would actually do.
Deliberate efforts to undermine the CFPB will not only prove to be a raw deal for millions of Americans but can cause lasting damage to our economy.
As the Trump administration withdraws from enforcing consumer protection and fair lending law, state attorneys general are stepping into the breach.
Bill would weaken the government’s ability to enforce fair lending requirements, making it harder to root out predatory lenders.
The eventual pick will likely encounter heavy scrutiny from senators and, if confirmed, would take the helm of an agency still defined by turmoil nearly seven years after its creation.
Newly released provisions would allow Equifax and its industry peers to enter the mortgage market while shielding them from consumer lawsuits.