The bill is the latest shot in the battle between committee Republicans and the agency over the risk-based capital rule.
CUNA files a brief stating Mick Mulvaney is "constitutionally entitled" to act as the CFPB's leader.
Critics say the rule is an example of how "unelected, unaccountable government bureaucracy hurts working people."
One economist sees ingredients for consumer retrenchment while another sees better asset management.
A look at current CFPB leader Mick Mulvaney and his history of attempting to dismantle the agency.
Judge's ruling is in line with credit union trade groups' approach to the CFPB moving forward.
Credit union leaders react to the CFPB's 30-day freeze on issuing new regulations.
As Cordray vacates his position, CU leaders want to see a shift in how regulation/compliance is done.
A House committee is breaking the Financial CHOICE Act into smaller pieces to help bring credit unions regulatory relief.
In a surprise move, CFPB Director Richard Cordray announces he is stepping down at the end of the month.