consumer financial protection bureau

Whether it's your own debt, that of a deceased parent or one that isn't even real, a federal proposal would clear the way for collection agencies to shake you down.
The progressive senator is taking the first step toward officially jumping into the presidential race.
“The damage you have done to the Bureau betrays these families and sacrifices the financial futures of millions of Americans in communities across the country," Seth Frotman said.
Fall case could show how a Justice Kavanaugh might rule on cases involving state power.
Democrat Richard Cordray will face Republican Mike DeWine in November.
Mick Mulvaney has been criticized for his cozy ties to the financial industry.
They're backing a bill to undermine the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Activist Amanda Werner steals the spotlight from Trump appointee Mick Mulvaney.
American democracy doesn't look much better.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau head slammed his own agency as "far too powerful" earlier this week.
Government of the wealthy, by the wealthy, for the wealthy.
These senators are finding common ground with President Trump.
Trump's new CFPB chief has not ordered subpoenas against Equifax or sought sworn testimony from executives. The CFPB has also shelved plans for on-the-ground tests of how Equifax protects data.
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A federal judge declined a request for an emergency restraining order to stop Mulvaney from taking on the position.