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House Republicans moved Tuesday to rein in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, approving a legislative veto of a new rule that would have made it easier for people to join class-action lawsui
Republicans are going to the well once more to block an Obama-era regulation through the special rule-erasing tool known as the Congressional Review Act.
Republican lawmakers took their first official step July 20 toward negating a newly adopted Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rule that would prohibit financial firms from using mandatory arbitr
Lihua Chi stood Thursday in 100-degree weather on the U.S.
All Republican members of the House Financial Services Committee introduced a resolution to nullify the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's arbitration rule July 20, a day after the CFPB’s annou
In the wake of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiling a new rule to ban companies from using mandatory arbitration clauses, Sen.
by: Donald J. Hanak, Police comissioner, Stoneycreek Township
This year, there will be more drug overdose deaths in the United States than the 58,307 names on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.