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AFR Statement: Oppose Effort to Roll Back CFPB Rule Banning Forced Arbitration
July 20, 2017 – 12:12 pm

Rolling back CFPB rule banning forced arbitration would be a giveaway to Wells Fargo and predatory lenders. Lawmakers should oppose this cynical effort.

TOWS Statement: Make Wall Street Pay Its Fair Share in Taxes, Raise $1 Trillion in Federal Revenue
July 18, 2017 – 8:39 am

The Take On Wall Street campaign, a group of over 50 community groups, unions, consumer advocates and others today called on Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch to adopt tax reform measures that would raise more than $1 trillion in additional revenue, and discourage dangerous Wall Street speculation by requiring the financial services industry to pay its fair share of taxes.

AFR/CRL Polling Memo: Fifth Consecutive Year of Broad Backing of CFPB and Wall Street Reform
July 18, 2017 – 8:36 am

For 5 years, Lake Research Partners and Chesapeake Beach Consulting have polled the public on Wall Street reform. For 5 years running, they have found broad, bipartisan support for the goals of the Dodd-Frank law — and more.

AFR/CRL Poll: Strong Bipartisan Support for Financial Regulation and CFPB
July 18, 2017 – 8:35 am

The 2017 AFR/CRL poll reveals strong, bipartisan support for further regulation of Wall Street, and widespread agreement with the mission of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

AFR Statement: CFPB Right to Act Against Forced Arbitration
July 10, 2017 – 3:55 pm

CFPB issued a final regulation ensuring that consumers can join together to challenge financial fraud and scams in court. The rule limits the use of forced arbitration, a process Wall Street banks and predatory lenders use to evade accountability and keep their misconduct out of the public eye.

AFR Statement: Oppose Giveaways to Wall Street and Predatory Lenders in Appropriations Bill
June 28, 2017 – 10:30 pm

It would gut the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, enable reckless behavior by big banks, and hand a special favor to payday lenders. Lawmakers should reject this legislation out of hand.

AFR Statement: Oppose OCC Bid to Control Consumer Protection
June 23, 2017 – 3:56 pm

The OCC’s proposals would directly weaken financial regulatory protections and push aside other agencies so the OCC could take critical guardrails off of Wall Street on its own

AFR Report: Treasury Does Bidding of Big Banks in Dodd-Frank Report
June 21, 2017 – 6:45 am

In its rush to eviscerate the Dodd-Frank reforms, Treasury Department adopted over three-quarters of the ideas put forth by The Clearing House, an association of the biggest U.S. and international banks