American families and businesses need an economic response from Congress and the administration that provides real job-creating stimulus, and not just another deregulatory handout to powerful financial interests.
SIGN-ON LETTER: 15 Organizations Support Sen. Brown for Standing Up for Consumers in the Face of Fintech Overreach
Thank you for your strong commitment to opposing the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)’s efforts to help tech companies dodge regulatory oversight, mix commerce and banking activities, and avoid compliance with consumer protection laws.
Letter to Congress: Letter from 92 groups urging inclusion of consumer protections in covid-19 relief
Letter from 92 groups urging Congress to include consumer protections in covid-19 relief.
On July 28, Americans for Financial Reform joined 55 other organizations in submitting a letter to Senate leadership in opposition to the Safely Back to School and Back to Work Act, released as a part of the HEALS Act. Young Invincibles led this effort with Americans for
Letter to Congress: Letter from over 50 groups in support of mortgage relief in next covid-19 relief package
Letter from over 50 groups urging Senate leadership to include mortgage protections in the next COVID-19 relief package.
Americans for Financial Reform and six other organizations sent a letter to Chairman Neal urging action to end surprise medical billing.
Over 100 organizations sent a letter to House and Senate leadership urging them to include student debt cancellation in the next coronavirus package.
Letter to Congress from 73 groups in support of the credit reporting provisions in the HEROES Act
Letter from 104 groups urging Congress to enact COVID-19 debt collection protections
Joint Letter: Coalition Letter Urging Congress to Strengthen and Clarify Coronavirus-Related Data Disclosures
Detailed and timely data disclosures are required to ensure Coronavirus-related expenditures and benefits are being delivered to the public as Congress intended.