In a joint letter to the president, 44 Senate Republicans – more than enough to maintain a filibuster of a nominee – said they would not support any candidate unless Congress enacted legislation that would replace the agency’s director with a commission, subject the bureau to the appropriations process and allow banking regulators the power to override the CFPB.
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No person should have the unfettered authority presently granted to the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Therefore, we believe that the Senate should not consider any nominee to be CFPB director until the CFPB is properly reformed. We urge the adoption of the following reforms:
On July 17, President Obama nominated former Ohio Attorney General and Ohio State Treasurer Richard Cordray to be the first formal director of the CFPB. However, Cordray’s nomination was immediately in jeopardy due to 44 senate republicans vowing to derail any nominee in order to encourage a decentralized structure of the organization. Senate Republicans had also shown a pattern of refusing to consider regulatory agency nominees.
Critics say the CFPB, which has forced misbehaving banks to return more than $12 billion to consumers, is the epitome of government overreach and wields too much unchecked power. Warren and other.
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Senate Republicans Plan to sneakily gut major Consumer Protection Rule. The House has already passed a resolution killing the CFPB rule; the Senate has until roughly October to follow suit. Rolling back the rule is unpopular – two-thirds of voters support it, according to one survey. But with the spotlight elsewhere,
Borrowers get some legal leverage in CFPB servicing rules · CFPB finalizes amendments to new mortgage servicing rules. In some states it is not uncommon for foreclosures to begin when borrowers are delinquent by as a little as 60 days. It is therefore important that servicers take note of this new restriction. Servicers must delay first legal action until the borrower is at least 121 days delinquent,
On Feb. 1, 2013, in a similar letter signed by Burr and 42 other Republican senators, GOP Senate leaders told Obama again that they would not confirm his nominee until the bureau underwent certain.
In letter, Senators say they will oppose any CFPB nominee of any party until accountability is improved WASHINGTON, DC – In a letter to President Obama, 43 Republican U.S. Senators today said they will continue to oppose the confirmation of any nominee, regardless of party affiliation, to be the director of
Republicans have issues with how the bureau is set up, and believe that no one person — in this case, Cordray — should have such power over the American people. The agency, they argue, should be.