Voters Favor Increased Regulation of Financial Institutions: Poll
A new poll reveals half of voters are in favor of more regulation for banks, credit unions and other financial institutions.
Hensarling’s Dodd-Frank Do-Over Guts CFPB, Memo Reveals
“The Hensarling proposal would transform the bureau from an effective watchdog into a toy poodle,” Sen. Sherrod Brown said of the Choice Act.
Hensarling to Trump: Fire Cordray Now
The House Financial Services chair asks President Trump to immediately remove the CFPB director.
Trump Appoints CFPB Critic; Sen. Warren Rallies Support for Agency
Kyle Hauptman, an ardent critic of the CFPB, will be a part of Trump’s transition team for the agency.
CFPB’s Cordray Shouldn’t Be Fired, He Should Quit: Senate Banking Chair
Earlier GOP calls to fire Richard Cordray were met with warnings about the potential for a costly lawsuit.
Trump Must Fire CFPB’s Cordray: Republican Senators
Two Republican senators, citing the CFPB’s “unconstitutional structure,” ask President-elect Trump to fire Director Richard Cordray.
Dodd-Frank Critic to Chair House Financial Institutions Panel
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer was a cosponsor of the Financial CHOICE Act during the last Congress.
Court Ruling Likely to Increase CFPB Accountability
Experts sorting through what the future looks like for the CFPB.
Court Rules CFPB Is Unconstitutional, but Not Out of Business
A federal court focuses its ruling on the structure of the bureau, which was the brainchild of Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Clinton Says Wells Fargo Proves Mandatory Arb Should Be Banned
Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton pledges to ban mandatory arbitration as Wells Fargo scandal unfolds.