WASHINGTON — Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.) said he disagreed with the CFPB's decision to spend more than $5 million to retroactively raise employee performance ratings from the last two years.
Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.) has harsh words for the CFPB following his NAFCU Caucus speech.
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Senate leaders agreed to schedule a vote on the NCUA board nominee as early as next week.
A bill that would phase-out Fannie and Freddie is unlikely to pass a full Senate vote.
For years, banks have issued fraud-prone mag stripe cards, putting information at risk, the letter from the National Retail Federation said.
Lawmakers, trade associations and industry lobbyists increase pressure on Congressional committees to investigate the growing Target breach.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid delays vote on Janet Yellen confirmation to after the new year begins.
Reports say vote to come up on Tuesday, Dec. 10, under new rules after October vote blocked.
Parliamentary maneuvering continues on the bill.