AFR joined a letter to Congress in support of three crucial provisions of the Build Back Better Act that would strengthen the FTC’s hand against discriminatory and abusive data practices and the businesses that engage in them.
AFR joined a letter to Congress in support of the nomination of Professor Saule Omarova to serve as the next Comptroller of the Currency.
Letters to Congress: Letter Urging Inclusion of Targeted First Generation Down Payment Assistance in Build Back Better
AFR joined a letter to Congress highlighting the urgent need to include targeted first generation down payment assistance (DPA) in the Build Back Better Act.
Letters to Congress: Letter in Support of Robust Funding for Housing Provisions in the Build Back Better Act
AFR joined a letter to Congress in support of robust funding for housing provisions in the Build Back Better Act.
AFR sent a letter to the House Financial Services Committee expressing support for several draft bills that would provide great investor protection ahead of the October 5 oversight hearing of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Letters to Congress: Support Progressive Revenue Raisers to Rein in CEO Pay and Pay for Vital Public Investments
AFR joined a letter to Congress urging support for tax proposals to rein in CEO Pay while investing in our recovery.
Letters to Congress: Letter Urging Congress to Focus on Affordable Homeownership in Budget Reconciliation
AFR joined a letter urging Congressional leaders to make sure that policies across the housing continuum are comprehensively included in the Budget Reconciliation Bill, especially those with a strong focus on affordable homeownership.
Letters to Congress: Letter to Nancy Pelosi Making it Clear that the President does have the Authority to Cancel Student Debt
AFR joined a letter to Speaker Pelosi making it clear that the President does have the authority to cancel student debt.
AFR joined a letter to the House of Representatives in support of the Payment Choice Act.
AFR and 80 organizations sent a letter in support of Julia Gordon’s nomination for FHA Commissioner.