Outspoken critic of Dodd-Frank Act to chair House Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Subcommittee.
MBL rules are off the table for elimination, for now.
Credit union trade groups lay out legislative goals for the next two years.
Lawmakers consider legislation requiring federal agencies to receive congressional approval before rules go into effect.
Credit union leaders shouldn't expect changes to the CFPB for several months.
NAFCU highlights its recent efforts, emphasizing the importance of preserving credit unions’ tax exemption.
Credit union officials are relieved as banks fail to gain rent-free space on military bases.
Credit union leaders worry that Congress may use a back-door approach to enact tax reform legislation.
Learn what a Republican president and GOP control of both houses of Congress could mean for the credit union industry.
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