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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Trump Appointee Charged With Stopping Racist Lenders Wrote Racist Blog Posts
“Hate-crime hoaxes are about three times as prevalent as actual hate crimes.”
Regulators Fine Wells Fargo $1 Billion for Abusing Consumers
The penalty is the largest that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has ever imposed on any lender.
the national interest
The Trump Administration Is a Golden Age for Corporate Crime
The federal government is enforcing hardly any rules at all on business.
The Trump Administration Just Made Life Easier for Racist Lenders
Mick Mulvaney has taken enforcement authority away from the federal office that specializes in punishing discriminatory financial firms.
The CFPB Is Now the Predatory Lender Protection Bureau
The consumer bureau just dropped an investigation into a firm that allegedly preyed on the poor — and definitely donated to Mick Mulvaney.
Mick Mulvaney’s Plan to Neuter Consumer Watchdog Comes Into Focus
A noted hater of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mulvaney has spent the last several days weakening the watchdog.
Too Lazy to Kill Regulations, Trump Is Ignoring Them Instead
The president hasn’t eliminated all that many federal rules — but he has let the GOP’s friends run roughshod over them.
Mulvaney Can Lead CFPB, But the Legal Battle Over the Agency Is Just Beginning
The new acting director has wide latitude to begin reining in the agency, but it’s likely the administration will face new legal challenges.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Was Designed to Stop Donald Trump
The first agency built to withstand regulatory capture is put to the test.
Battle Over Trump’s Pick to Lead Consumer Watchdog Agency Heads to Court
A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau official is suing the Trump administration, arguing she’s the rightful acting director, not Mick Mulvaney.
Nobody Knows Who the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s New Boss Is
A consumer advocate or the opposite of one?
Trump Won’t Be Able to Defang the CFPB Without a Fight
The president’s plan to put Mick Mulvaney in charge of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — without Senate confirmation — might be illegal.
Mick Mulvaney to Run Consumer Watchdog Agency He Hates
Trump’s budget director once called the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau a “sick, sad joke.” Now, he’s the CFPB’s interim leader.
Our Government’s Last Powerful Progressive Regulator Just Resigned
Richard Cordray is out at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Now, he
be in the race for governor of Ohio.
The Insane Republican Plan to Win Reelection Through Plutocracy
Republicans have somehow convinced themselves that the public will reward them for helping one-percenters.
The GOP Wants to Drain the Swamp of Wall Street’s Enemies by Any Means Necessary
Richard Cordray can’t be fired without cause from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau until 2018. But the GOP is determined to find a cause.
The DNC Chair Lends a Hand to Payday Lenders
Wasserman Schultz is bravely protecting payday lenders against Elizabeth Warren’s regulatory agency.
Elizabeth Warren to Staff: You Stay Classy, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
I leave this agency, but not this fight.”
Obama Appoints Richard Cordray to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Warren is going to need to make some new plans.
President Obama Drops Elizabeth Warren for Consumer Protection Post
Instead looking at people already at agency.
Obama To Name Elizabeth Warren To Special Advisory Role
Bypassing Senate confirmation hearing.
Elizabeth Warren: One Step Closer to Heading the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?