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Joint Statement: 104 Organizations Respond to Sen. Carper’s interest in exploring changes to CFPB structure

Submitted by on February 8, 2017 – 1:53 pm
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“With a single director at its head the CFPB is doing exactly what it is supposed to do. It has recovered $12 billion for over 29 million people. The only plausible reason to change it, after nearly 6 years of good work, is to stop that good work from happening. The banks and predatory lenders who are pushing this want to be able to abuse consumers with impunity. There is no good reason to enable them.”

ACLU of Delaware, Inc.

AFL-CIO

American Association for Justice

American Family Voices.

American Federation of Teachers

American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO

Americans for Financial Reform

Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development

Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.

California PIRG

California Reinvestment Coalition

Center for Digital Democracy

Center for Economic Justice

Center for Global Policy Solution

Center for NYC Neighborhoods

Center for Popular Democracy

Center for Responsible Lending

CFED

Citizen Action of Wisconsin

Colorado PIRG

Committee for Better Banks

Communications Workers of America

Connecticut Fair Housing Center

Connecticut PIRG

Consumer Action

Consumer Federation of America

Consumer Watchdog

Consumers Union

Consumers for Auto Reliability

Delaware Alliance for Community Advancement

Delaware Community Legal Aid Society, Inc.

Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council, Inc.

Delaware Manufactured Homes Owners Association (DMHOA)

Demos

Economic Policy Institute Policy Center

Empire Justice Center

Fair Share Alliance

Florida PIRG

Georgia PIRG

Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights

Homeowners Against Deficient Dwellings

Illinois Asset Building Group

Illinois PIRG

Iowa PIRG

Main Street Alliance

Maryland PIRG

MASS PIRG

MFY Legal Services, Inc.

MICAH

Missouri PIRG

MoveOn Civic Action

NAACP

NAOMI

National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders

National Association of Consumer Advocates

National Association of Consumer Advocates, Connecticut Chapter

National Center for Law and Economic Justice

National Community Reinvestment Coalition

National Consumer Law Center (on behalf of its low-income clients)

National Council of La Raza

National Fair Housing Alliance

NC PIRG

Neighborhood House Inc.

NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice

New Economy Project

NJ PIRG

Ohio PIRG

Opportunity Fund

Oregon State PIRG

Penn PIRG

People’s Action

PICO National Network

Public Citizen

Reinvestment Partners

RI PIRG

Strong Economy for All Coalition

Student Debt Crisis

The Center for Global Policy Solutions

The Center for Popular Democracy Action (CPDA)

The Center for Responsible Lending

The Delaware Federation of Housing Counselors

The Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights

The Hedge Clippers

The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado

The National Consumers League

TN Citizen Action

UNITE HERE

U.S. PIRG

Virginia Citizens Consumer Council

Wisconsin PIRG

Woodstock Institute

Working Families Party

Workplace Fairness

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