Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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President Trump signed a bill allowing auto dealers to charge interest rates that critics say are racially biased. The new law rolls back a rule put in place five years ago.

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, along with 15 other Democratic attorneys general, are petitioning the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to keep up with investigations and not to weaken them.

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Attorneys general from Connecticut, New York, and 15 other states have sent a letter to President Trump criticizing his pick to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. They, along with congressional Democrats, are calling to keep Obama-era leadership of the consumer watchdog.

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U.S. House Republicans fulfilled a campaign promise on Thursday by passing the Financial Choice Act along party lines. The bill attempts to undo much of Dodd-Frank, the financial regulation law created after the great recession.

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