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Congress Fails to Repeal CFPB’s Crack Down on Predatory Payday Lenders – Next Up: Mulvaney
Payday lenders have been quietly laying the groundwork to secure White House intervention since President Trump was candidate Trump.
Mulvaney Misled Congress: Met with Payday Lender During Luxury Golf Trip to Bahamas
Mulvaney met with lender during golf trip to Bahamas despite telling Congress his only meetings with the industry were “in the ordinary course of business.”
Bigots Win: Senate Votes to Let Auto Industry Continue Charging Blacks More Than Whites
If U.S. House follows Senate’s lead, auto loan markups with extreme racial disparities will continue. Co-sponsors took at least $5.1 million from auto industry.
ICYMI: Sinclair Used Alabama TV Station to Help Accused Sexual Predator Roy Moore, Smear Journalist
Sinclair worked hard this weekend to smear the Washington Post and run opposition for accused child predator Roy Moore.
Pence Breaks Senate Tie Giving Companies Like Wells Fargo and Equifax “Get Out of Jail Free Card”
Senate votes to repeal CFPB’s rule on forced arbitration.
Senate Re-Confirms FCC’s Pai: Sinclair and Special Interests Couldn’t Be Happier
Chairman Ajit Pai needs to do his job and protect consumers, not his friends in the telecom industry.
Consumer Group to Senate: Drain the Swamp, Block Pai
Vote on controversial FCC nominee Ajit Pai is slated for next week
A Desperate McConnell Attempts to Whip Votes to Let Equifax and Wells Fargo Off the Hook
The Senate Republican’s agenda is running on life support.
Senate Pair Working to Allow Secret Courts Where Big Banks Call the Shots, Have Taken Millions from Banks and Financial Industry
After failing to accomplish much else, Congressional Republicans may try to roll back important consumer protections before August recess.
Senators Fail to Consider Sinclair-Tribune Merger Consequences as They Rush to White House
Senate committee fails to adequately question nominees for FCC commissioner on massive Sinclair-Tribune merger deal as Republicans rush to wrap up hearing before meeting with President Trump.