The CDFI program stays in the Senate Republican budget for 2018, but with the same funding as 2017.
As Cordray vacates his position, CU leaders want to see a shift in how regulation/compliance is done.
The Senate version of tax reform, like the House version, keeps the credit union tax exemption in place.
The limits now in effect among Republicans simply allow committee heads to become lobbyists for the very industries they have supervised.
The CFPB's temporary leader is likely a man who's an outspoken critic of the agency and the NCUA.
The credit union tax exemption is officially intact in the House tax bill.
A House committee is breaking the Financial CHOICE Act into smaller pieces to help bring credit unions regulatory relief.
The NCUA board approves the 2018 budget with a $80,000 decrease due to a "technical change."
The House has prohibited amendments to the tax reform bill, including credit union tax exemption.
In a surprise move, CFPB Director Richard Cordray announces he is stepping down at the end of the month.