Showing the Latest Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act Results
Dodd-Frank Turns 10: Trump Administration’s Fair Lending Failures Underscore Need to Strengthen Law
On the ten-year anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, consumer watchdog group Allied Progress released a report spotlighting how the Trump administration has worked to undermine fair lending protections and — as the recent PPP program showed — how much work there is left to do to make our financial system accessible to all.
Consumers Be Damned: Trump Open to Deregulation Giveaway for Even Larger Banks
Trump says he’s open to rolling back Dodd-Frank regulations that protect consumers and the economy from larger banks.
With All Eyes on Comey Testimony, House Quietly Debates Massive Giveaway to Wall Street
A massive Wall Street giveaway conveniently scheduled for debate and a vote at the same time as Comey’s testimony.
Hensarling Lies, Says CFPB Makes It Harder to Buy Cars But CFPB Protects Car Buyers
Hensarling should get his facts straight. The CFPB has protected car buyers, including members of the media.
Group Will Livestream, Encourage Action During House Debate of Wall Street Giveaway Bill
Allied Progress will give viewers opportunity to watch House debate on Financial CHOICE Act and contact their representatives in real time.
What’s Hensarling Hiding? Group Launches Campaign Seeking Whistleblowers as Congress Considers His “Wrong CHOICE Act”
Following Hensarling’s letter asking federal agencies to deny public records requests, group launches whistleblower campaign.
Trump Administration Colluding with Congress to Hide Emails?
Scandal continues to grow over communications between executive agencies and powerful members of Congress.
Consumerist: ‘Financial CHOICE Act 2.0’ Blasted By Retailers & Lawmakers
Rep. Hensarling has accepted at least $7.38 million from companies regulated by the CFPB, according to Allied Progress.
What’s Hensarling Hiding? Powerful Chairman Pushing Treasury Secretary Mnuchin to Skirt Open Records Laws
Wall Street-backed Congressman pushes Foreclosure King and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to skirt open records laws.
Compliance Week: Dodd-Frank Dismantling Passes First Big Legislative Hurdle
Allied Progress questioned the money behind the rulemaking. Republican members of the committee have received at least $32,211,535 from the financial industry, it said.