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94 Lawmakers Urge SEC to Pursue Rules Strengthening Political Spending Disclosure

On December 22, 94 Members of Congress signed a letter to SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White, urging the SEC to continue developing rules that strengthen corporate political spending disclosure.

Ten Ways The CFPB Is Protecting Consumers

Since its official launch in July 2011, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been an invaluable ally to consumers. The CFPB was created after the financial crisis to bring basic standards of fairness and transparency to the world of credit cards, student loans, home loans, auto loans, checking accounts, and debt collection, among other financial products and practices.

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SEC Rider Legal Opinion

Accompanying a congressional letter to SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White, this legal opinion explains that an omnibus rider prevents the SEC from using FY16 funds to finalize and implement new disclosure rules, but does not prevent the agency from discussing, planning, revising, investigating or developing plans or draft proposals to prepare a final rule for after FY16.

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There are a number of government agencies responsible for making sure that ordinary Americans have safe, reliable products and services to use.  From cars to bank accounts to pacemakers, the products we use are regulated to ensure that what’s available on the market works.


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