Consumer Protection Regulation

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was created to ensure strong consumer protections, but the agency has been under attack since its inception. The Federal Trade Commission’s powers have been weakened, and the ability of all regulatory agencies to adopt robust consumer protections is regularly under threat. NCLC fights for a strong consumer regulation framework.

NCLC Welcomes CFPB Director Chopra and Describes Priorities for CFPB

October 5, 2021

The CFPB’s top priorities should include addressing COVID impacts for homeowners, tenants and student loan borrowers and emphasizing racial justice throughout the Bureau by looking for disparate impacts, examining new technology, and ensuring equal access to hardship programs.

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