The Financial CHOICE Act is approved by a House committee and moves to the floor for consideration.
Groups press Clayton to prioritize a uniform fiduciary rule for financial experts.
Republicans defeat amendments intended to beef up the CFPB.
House Democrats use a rarely-used maneuver to delay votes on the Financial CHOICE amendments.
A new federal budget deal actually boosts CDFI programs even though Trump threatened to pull the funding.
The Financial CHOICE Act is called an "insult to working families" during a Financial Services hearing.
A House debate over Dodd-Frank grows strident as battle lines are drawn.
Credit unions are ready for a fight on Capitol Hill.
Bill proposes major financial rules to be approved by Congress before they go into effect.
'Republicans are eager to work with the President to end and replace the Dodd-Frank mistake,' Hensarling says.