Real reform means reining in the anything-goes atmosphere that has characterized this era on Wall Street, replacing it with a comprehensive system to police the financial industry and protect the public. To provide real security for the American people this regulatory system must be truly
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: June 16, 2009 Major Community Organizations and Lenders, Advocates for Financial Fairness, Working Families and More Launch Campaign to Clean Up Wall Street, Protect Your Pocketbook Broad Coalition Will Battle Big Banking, Win Real Reform Listen to Audio of the Call
Click on the link to see some tv footage from the first field hearing that NPA organized with the Federal Reserve. This was from Richmond, California. There are 9 more hearings they will be organizing between now and September and welcome other organizations to join with them.
For too long, the rules of Wall Street have been written by the bankers themselves. This year, that has to change. Americans for Financial Reform is a coalition of nearly 200 national, state and local consumer, labor, retiree, investor, community and civil rights organizations that
On February 24, Americans for Financial Reform sent a letter to Senator Dodd and Senator Shelby regarding their draft of the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2009 (“Stability Act”). Letter from AFR to Dodd Shelby (February 24, 2010)
Americans for Financial Reform is committed to making sure that the financial sector is working for all Americans. We need to rebuild the economy on a strong, solid foundation so that the bankers on Wall Street don’t control what happens on your street. More information
SUBJECT: The Showdown Is On! It’s Main Street vs. Wall Street Dear x, The Showdown has begun! It’s Wall Street vs. Main Street – and we need YOU as we fight the big Wall Street banks to make sure the Senate stands with us! The
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**Note: The toll-free number will remain active until March 12, so keep calling!** Thanks for participating in National Senate Call-In Week, March 1-4, 2010. The following tools may be useful to your organization during this effort. Click here for answers to Frequently Asked Questions about