H.R. 5983, Jeb Hensarling's plan to overhaul the financial regulatory regime, moves to the House floor.
Obama’s senior aids recommend vetoing a bill that would subject the CFPB to the annual appropriations process.
Senate appropriators approve a bill that leaves out House proposals to crack down on the CFPB.
Ignoring Metsger’s request to let the NCUA handle exam cycle adjustments, Rep. Guinta introduces new legislation.
H.R. 1486 would place the CFPB’s budget under Congress’ appropriations process.
Legislation would alter the CFPB's governance structure and move its funding into the Congressional budget process.
Five senators propose legislation that would protect financial institutions serving cannabis businesses.
Gov. Kate Brown signs new bill into law, making the Beaver State the 16th to allow board pay.
Bill, which contains several credit union friendly provisions, moves on to the full Senate.
Bill would kill the present regulation and mandate how another would need to be developed.