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CFPB Policy Analysis
CFPB Policy Briefs, Reports & Press Releases
- Optional, Early Compliance is a Common Regulatory Tool: Early Adopters Can Choose Phase-In Date issue brief and Press Release, May 2015
- Press Release: Consumers win with CFPB credit report changes, Feb. 27, 2014
- Statement re: CFPB's new mortgage rules, January 9, 2013
- More Briefs Reports & Press Releases ...
- Comments on Policy to Encourage Trial Disclosure Programs, Feb. 15, 2013
- Comments to CFPB on procedures to designate a nonbank as risky and in need of supervision, July 24, 2012
- More CFPB Comments ...
- Advocates' letter to the U.S. Senate opposing riders to the 2017 appropriation bill that would obstruct the CFPB's ability to protect consumers against discriminatory and unfair auto lending, May 16, 2016
- CFPB RFI – Feedback on Consumer Complaint Narratives and Data Normalization, Aug. 31, 2015
- Group letter to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution defending the constitutionality of Dodd-Frank Act and the CFPB, July 23, 2015
- Opposition Letter to CFPB opposing H.R. 2213 which insulates lenders from accountability when they make misleading disclosures to homeowners (Letter to Congress), May 14, 2015
- Coalition letter opposing efforts to weaken the CFPB, Jan. 21, 2015
- Letter opposing Carper Amendment on Attorney General Enforcement and Preemption, May 13, 2010
- Coalition Letter Supporting Financial Reform, April 2010
- More CFPB Letters ...
- NCLC testimony to U.S. Senate Banking Committee re: hearing on Effects of Consumer Financial Regulations and hearing re: CFPB's semi-annual report to Congress, April 5 and 7, 2016
- Testimony re Safeguarding Consumer Protection and the Role of the Federal Reserve, July 2009
- Webinar: The New Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: What Can It Do, What Should It Do?, September 15, 2010
By: Lauren Saunders, Kathleen Keest (CRL)
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