Meet the CFPB: Just Ten of the Ways It Works for You

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By U.S. PIRG The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau or CFPB is just four years old on July 21, 2015! It’s the first federal agency with just one job: Protecting all consumers – with special offices to protect servicemembers, older Americans and students and to fight discrimination — all...
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Dodd-Frank and the Future of Wall Street Reform

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By Heather McGhee, Demos Five years ago today, I attended the bill signing for the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which promised to restore sensible safeguards and standards for the financial sector so that the devastation of the financial crisis felt mostly by low-...
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Dumping Toxic Coal Ash Threatens the Great Lakes

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By Stefany Tule, Earthjustice Imagine running through endless rows of luscious trees that tower over you, while being enveloped by the sweet aroma of freshly ripened apples. Envision yourself walking your dog down a nature trail and being entranced by the transformation of green leaves to...
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