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The House Financial Services Committee will hold a hearing next week on the Financial CHOICE Act, a legislative package, sponsored by Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) as a means to repeal and replace a large swath of the Dodd-Frank Act.
An internal review conducted by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency details supervisory shortcomings related to malfeasance at Wells Fargo. Among the problems: all but ignoring more than 700 whistleblowers.
A coalition of Republican attorneys general is supporting the Trump Administration’s regulatory rollbacks amid a lawsuit that challenges the legality of an Executive Order directing agencies to repeal two regulations for every new rule issued.
The latest Executive Order issued by the Trump Administration targets trade deals and immigration policies it says "unfairly place American companies and workers at a disadvantage." Among the matters specifically targeted, H-1B visas.
The CFPB will update its 2015 Home Mortgage Disclosure Act rule. Changes are meant to clarify the rule's data collection and reporting requirements, assisting firms that have faced confusion as they ramp up compliance.
Following an incident where a passenger was dragged off a flight to accommodate employees, Senate Democrats are demanding that the CEO of United Airlines answer questions about the incident and company policies.