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As Senate Considers Kathy Kraninger, More than 100 Groups Release Video to Defend CFPB

As the Senate Banking Committee begins a scheduled confirmation hearing for Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director nominee Kathy Kraninger, U.S. PIRG and 103 other groups representing consumers, small businesses, students, and workers, released an online video on and about the current state of the CFPB.

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U.S. PIRG statement on the pending resignation of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Deputy Director Leandra English

CFPB Deputy Director Leandra English announced via Twitter today that she will resign next week, months after Pres. Donald Trump illegally installed his Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney into the acting director position.

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Agreement between 8 States & Equifax is a Good First Step

Our statement on news of an agreement between eight states’s banking regulators and Equifax to fix the credit bureaus’ data security flaws.

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American Consumers lose with SCOTUS opinion in Ohio v. Amex

The U.S. Supreme Court today, by a 5-4 margin, sided with American Express in Ohio v. American Express, with Justice Clarence Thomas writing the majority opinion. Mike Landis, U.S. PIRG Litigation Project Director, released this statement.

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Kathy Kraninger Lacks Pro-Consumer Track Record

This is our statement on reports about President Trump likely nominating Kathy Kraninger for director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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U.S. PIRG Responds to AT&T/Time Warner Merger Approval

Today, a federal judge approved AT&T's merger with Time Warner, ruling against the U.S. Justice Department.

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U.S. PIRG Statement on House Passage of Bank Lobbyist Act (S.2155)

Here is our statement on this evening’s final passage of S.2155, the so-called Regulatory Relief, Economic Growth and Consumer Protection Act, but better know as the #BankLobbyistAct, in the House.

Today, we sent a letter to all members of the House of Representatives in opposition to S.2155, which is expected to come up for a vote this afternoon. This bill, which we call the Bank Lobbyist Act, is the biggest roll-back of Wall Street Reform protections for mortgage borrowers and our economy since the economic crash 10 years ago. It also provides breaks for Equifax and the other national credit bureaus. In addition to our letter, we also delivered petition signatures from over 12,956 of our members across the country in opposition to S. 2155's credit bureau related problems. 

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