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Letters to Congress: AFR Urges Opposition to HR 3978 — A Bill Harming Investors and Consumers
February 13, 2018 – 2:35 pm

AFR sent a letter urging House members to vote “No” on H.R. 3978 — a grab bag of bad legislative ideas that would weaken SEC oversight of Wall Street and undermine consumers, investors rights and protections.

AFR Statement: Report Mulvaney Backing Away from Equifax Probe Shows Need for Credible CFPB Director
February 5, 2018 – 1:36 pm

It’s one more reason why it’s so important to have someone with a track record of protecting consumers running the CFPB, not someone who wants to destroy its work.

Letter to Congress: AFR Opposes A Dozen Deregulatory Bills Under Consideration at a House Financial Services Committee Markup
January 17, 2018 – 10:24 am

AFR sent a letter to the House Financial Services Committee opposing a dozen bills that would deregulate banks and strip away consumer and investor protections.

Joint Letter: AFR and 16 Organizations Oppose HR 2570 — A Bill Promoting Predatory Mortgage Lending
December 7, 2017 – 2:42 pm

H.R. 2570 would open the door to predatory mortgage lending by making it easier for lenders to steer homeowners into high-cost, abusive deals on certain mortgages, especially on home equity lines of credit and construction loans

Letter to Congress: AFR Opposes A Dozen Deregulatory Bills in House Financial Services Committee Markup
November 14, 2017 – 7:55 am

AFR sent a letter opposing a dozen different deregulatory bills being marked up by the House Financial Services Committee.
AFR Letter Re HFSC 11-14 Markup

Letter to Congress: AFR Urges House Financial Services Committee To Reject 19 Deregulatory Bills
October 11, 2017 – 1:34 pm

AFR sent the letter below to the House Financial Services Committee urging them to reject nineteen deregulatory bills.
AFR Letter Re HFSC 10-11 Markup