What’s at Risk at CFPB: Ability to Deliver Relief to Victims of Financial Flimflams

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By Jim Lardner, Americans for Financial Reform When a financial flim-flammer scatters to the wind or goes bankrupt, its victims are typically out of luck. But when the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is on the case, the story can have a better ending. Just in the past three months, the......
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Vehicle Fuel Economy Standards—Under Fire?

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By Kate Whitefoot, Union of Concerned Scientists Last year, transportation became the sector with the largest CO2 emissions in the United States. While the electricity industry has experienced a decline in CO2 emissions since 2008 because of a shift from coal to natural gas and renewables, an...
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