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CFPB 101: What Kathy Kraninger Needs To Know About Fair Lending
The CFPB’s Office Of Fair Lending And Equal Opportunity Is Responsible For Fighting Discriminatory Lending Practices And Ensuring Nondiscriminatory Access To Credit.
CFPB 101: What Kathy Kraninger Needs To Know About External Engagements
The CFPB’s External Engagements Include Getting Public Feedback From Consumers And Stakeholders To Ensure Effective Consumer Protection.
CFPB 101: What Kathy Kraninger Needs To Know About Consumer Financial Education
Financial Education Is An Integral Part Of The CFPB’s Mission To Protect Consumers.
CFPB 101: What Kathy Kraninger Needs To Know About Administrative Adjudication
The CFPB Utilizes Administrative Adjudication Proceedings To Efficiently Evaluate Consumer Protection Violations.
CFPB 101: What Kathy Kraninger Needs To Know About Enforcement
The CFPB has broad authority to enforce federal consumer financial laws. Will Kathy Kraninger use that authority to help consumers?
CFPB 101: What Kraninger Needs To Know About The Consumer Complaint Database
Consumer complaint data is integral to carrying out the CFPB’s responsibilities of bringing investigations against Predatory Lenders and Financial Scammers.
Mick Mulvaney: A Masterclass in Transparency Avoidance
Dodging Freedom of Information Act requests, not answering questions from Congress, avoiding oversight…all in a day’s work at Mick Mulvaney’s CFPB.
REALITY CHECK: Mulvaney Dodges And Misleads Over Blankenstein At CFPB’s Baton Rouge Town Hall
At a town hall meeting, Mulvaney dodged a question about the racist writing of his fair lending appointee and mislead the audience about the timing of the writing.
Trump’s Tariffs Got You Down? It Pays to Be Mick Mulvaney’s “Close Friend”
Mulvaney’s personal lobbying for a campaign contributor means an exemption from Trump’s tariffs – all for the bargain price of $10,000 in campaign cash.
REALITY CHECK: Sen. Ted Cruz’s Defense of Predatory Lenders Charging Texans 492% Interest
Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz thinks people who don’t have access to payday loans will end up turning to “‘even worse options.’” The reality is something completely different.