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Don’t Let Auto Dealers Sell You a Lemon
The National Auto Dealer Association (NADA) is promoting a loophole that exempts auto dealers from the rules and jurisdiction of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), established by the \Restoring American ...
Oppose Amendment #3949 to S.3217
This letter was sent to Senate offices, urging them to oppose Senator Carper’s (D–DE) Amendment #3949 to the “Restoring American Financial Security Act of 2010” (S. 3217). Amendment #3949 undermines sustainable and meaningful ...
CFPB Servicing Standards Public Comment October 2012
Public comment submitted to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regarding mortgage servicing proposals for the Truth in Lending Act.
Oppose Auto Dealer Carve-out from Consumer Protection
This is a letter from civil rights groups to senators strongly urging them to keep auto dealers within the jurisdiction of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Letter of Support for the Consumer Financial Protection Agency
National Hispanic organizations write to express support for the creation of a new federal regulatory agency—the Consumer Financial Protection Agency (CFPA).
Support letter for financial counseling
To get back on the path to financial security, families need relevant, real-time advice from a professional who can offer objective guidance on a range of fiscal questions.
Agenda for Building Wealth in a Troubled Economy: Symposium on Latino Wealth-Building Opportunities
￼￼￼￼Symposium on Latino Wealth-Building Opportunities
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute: Shaping America’s Future
I would like to begin by thanking CHCI [the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute] and the Annie E. Casey Foundation for allowing me to join this distinguished panel.