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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Past, Present, And Future

Co-authored by Larry Kirsch, Managing Director, IMR Health Economics In the wake of the recent election, the mind-boggling possibility of a return to the pre-crisis world of 2008 is now a real threat. That is precisely what would happen...Show More Summary

In Trump's Sights: Dismantling Equality in Lending

Protecting Dodd-Frank and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau isn't as sexy as saving Obamacare and marriage equality, but it's nearly as imperative.

White Collar Watch: Signs of a Step Back in Financial Regulatory Enforcement

The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are the targets of efforts to change how they enforce the law.

The Road to Cordray's Removal Just Got Longer

The plot thickens in the ongoing battle for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the controversial agency created in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.  Yesterday, a federal appeals court decided it would grant rehearing of last year’s case, PHH v. Show More Summary

Consumer Agency Can Demand Answers About Foreclosed Homes, Judge Rules

The ruling states that one of the largest providers of seller-financed homes must comply with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. These types of sales have ballooned in poorer neighborhoods.

Court agrees to reconsider constitutionality of consumer agency's structure

A federal appeals court Thursday agreed to reconsider its previous ruling that deemed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's operational structure unconstitutional.        

Consumer Watchdog In Trump's Crosshairs Gets A Chance To Keep Fighting

A federal appeals court agreed Thursday to reconsider a decision that found the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to be unconstitutional. It’s a reprieve of sorts for the watchdog agency created in the aftermath of the Wall Street financial crisis and now in the crosshairs of the Trump administration. The full U.S. Show More Summary

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief scores reprieve in quest to keep job

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau chief Richard Cordray won a reprieve Thursday in his effort to keep his job and retain his agency’s independence. A federal appeals court said it would reconsider its earlier ruling that would have increased the president's authority over the consumer watchdog...

Research the CFPB’s Massive Database of Customer Complaints While You Still Can

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a great resource for consumers, but its days may be numbered. Take advantage of one of its best features while you still can: it has a massive database of detailed complaints from bank and credit union customers. Read more...

Jeb Hensarling: Trickle Downer of the Week

Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/AP Chairman Jeb Hensarling runs the House Financial Services Committee meeting to organize for the 115th Congress on Feb. 2, 2017. T he Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s aggressive regulatory and enforcement...Show More Summary

Republicans Launch Bicameral Salvos Against Wall Street Watchdog

last weekNews : Truthdig

By Andrea Germanos / Common Dreams Legislation introduced by Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) and Rep. John Ratcliffe (Texas) would kill the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Wants to Weaken Attorney-Client Privilege: New at Reason

last weekNews : Reason

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been in the spotlight lately, with courts and congressional Republicans zeroing in on the agency's unconstitutional structure that leaves its head in possession of vast powers, accountable...Show More Summary

NFLPA Issues Fraud Alert For Concussion Settlement Payouts

The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) has issued a fraud alert, highlighting that the New York State attorney general and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are suing a company offering advance payouts on the concussion settlement.

House Republicans move fast to gut agency that has saved consumers billions

Always looking out for the little guy, those Republicans. As long as the little guy is a bankster. If that means gutting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the agency that in just a few short years has provided nearly $12 billion...Show More Summary

Fair Game: The Watchdog Protecting Consumers May Be Too Effective

Republicans have taken aim at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a lone safeguard for Main Street against financial predation.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could see wings clipped

Donald Trump has put the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in play, with a review that could scale back the agency's oversight.        

Consumer Watchdog Faces Attack by House Republicans

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

A leaked memo drafted by Jeb Hensarling, chairman of the Financial Services Committee, lays out plans to neuter the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Elizabeth Warren Breaks Down the Biggest Trump Scandal You Haven't Heard About

Click here for reuse options! Warren sounds off on the president's plan to gut the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Mitch McConnell may have cut her off on the Senate floor, but Elizabeth Warren refuses to be silenced. Two daysShow More Summary

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