The CFPB Turns Six (and Ten)

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By Jim Lardner, Americans for Financial Reform The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is marking a double birthday. As an institution, it turns six this week. As an idea, it goes back ten years – to the summer of 2007 and an article by a little-known expert on bankruptcy and household...
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Some Good News Out of Washington: The CFPB Cracks Down on “Ripoff Clauses”

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By Alliance for Justice For most of 2017, the Trump Administration and its allies have been waging war on the rights of everyday Americans. The Senate confirmed Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and he has already proven himself to be an extreme conservative. The House of Representatives has...
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Happy 6th Birthday CFPB!

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By the Consumer Federation of America Watch this video Senator Elizabeth Warren made for the CFPB’s 6th birthday: Check out this video made by U.S. PIRG celebrating CFPB’s birthday: Originally posted here.
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