Consumers May Get a Dose of Bad Medicine Named Mick Mulvaney

With the recent news that Richard Cordray, President Obama’s holdover appointee director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, is stepping down, consumer advocates nationwide are preparing for another disaster-of-the-week. To follow up on #45’s perfectly awful pairings of cabinet secretaries…
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From the Hood to the Hill

Intern noun [in-turn]  :     A wonderful system set up by and for employers to effectively get morning coffee, make photocopies, and to provide comedic relief in the stressful work day. You can comfortably sit back with a smirk as…
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Greenlining is Non-Partisan, but House Republicans Are Wrong

I woke up this morning in disbelief. Today, the Republican-led House of Representatives approved a package of bills with deceitful titles working to fundamentally weaken the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The proposals — supported by 10 Democrats and 232 Republicans…
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