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Letter opposing Regulatory Accountability Act

The Regulatory Accountability Act is part of a package of "analysis-paralysis" proposals designed to make it impossible for agencies to enact health, safety or financial safeguards.

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17-Group Letter Opposing Rollback of State Privacy Laws

On Tuesday, 8 December 2015, the U.S. House Financial Services Committee is expected to vote in favor of a data breach notice bill opposed by consumer and privacy groups and many state attorneys general because its breach provisions are not only weaker than those of most states, but the bill includes a Trojan Horse provision to broadly preempt strong state privacy laws. Here is our letter, co-signed by 16 other groups, explaining why the bill is a bad idea.

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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