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Senate Banking Dems
Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs Democrats. Ranking Member
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Senate Banking Dems retweeted
Sherrod Brown May 24
Replying to @Pontifex
Last week, called our current financial system “an inadequate framework that exclude[s] the common good.” We're not going to give up on making that better – and that starts with listening to the people we serve, and fighting for the protections they need.
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Senate Banking Dems retweeted
Sherrod Brown May 24
Replying to @SenSherrodBrown
– which just got signed into law – increases the likelihood of a big bank failure and a financial crisis, and adds $671 million to the deficit. Make no mistake: it's a gift for Wall Street, and a setback for Main Street.
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Sherrod Brown May 24
Wages have been largely flat. 44 percent of Americans adults can’t afford an emergency expense of $400. One in four renters spends half their income on housing. But in light of all that, this Congress thought the best thing to do was to pass another giveaway to big banks.
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Senate Banking Dems retweeted
Chris Van Hollen May 22
Good news: My amendment to stop President Trump from unilaterally exempting ZTE from penalties for their repeated violations of our laws passed the Banking Committee on a bipartisan basis. Glad the Senate is putting America's national security first, not jobs in China.
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Senate Banking Dems May 21
ICYMI: This is exactly the wrong time to roll back financial reform via
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Senate Banking Dems Apr 25
ICYMI: Brown Calls For Mulvaney To Resign For ‘Pay To Play’ Comments
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Senate Banking Dems Apr 25
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Senate Banking Dems Apr 18
ICYMI: Ranking Member Brown Floor Speech Opposing Repeal Of CFPB Guidance On Fair Auto Lending
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Senate Banking Dems retweeted
Sherrod Brown Apr 12
WATCH LIVE: is asking Mick Mulvaney tough questions about his efforts to weaken important protections for consumers.
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Senate Banking Dems Apr 12
Brown Opening Statement At Banking Committee Hearing On The CFPB's Semiannual Report To Congress
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Better Markets Apr 12
.: "Is the CFPB still subject to a hiring freeze?" Mulvaney: "Yes" Sen. Brown: "But, you've hired political staffers during that time. Why does the require more political staff?"
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Senate Banking Dems retweeted
Senator Cortez Masto Apr 12
Since assuming control of the last November, Mick Mulvaney has made countless moves to gut & weaken the Consumer Bureau – the exact agency whose only purpose is to . Today, in , we're asking him why. Live at 10am ET:
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Senate Banking Dems Apr 12
TODAY at 10:00am: WATCH LIVE: is asking Mick Mulvaney tough questions about his efforts to weaken important protections for consumers.
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ABC News Mar 22
Sen. Sherrod Brown criticizes HUD Sec. Ben Cason for putting more resources into "a wobbly chair in a private DC dining room" than improving public housing conditions.
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Senate Banking Dems Mar 14
Brown Statement On Senate Passage of S.2155, The Dodd-Frank Roll Back Bill
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NYT Opinion Mar 7
Banks often claim that they deny mortgages in minority communities based on credit scores — but that claim is almost impossible to check
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Senate Banking Dems Mar 6
Brown Statement On CBO Score Of S.2155, The Dodd-Frank Roll Back Bill
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Senate Banking Dems Feb 27
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Senate Banking Dems Feb 27
ICYMI: What Wall Street Reform Leaders Are Saying About S.2155, the Dodd-Frank Roll Back Bill -
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Senate Banking Dems Feb 14
ICYMI: Congress flirts with disaster on bank leverage ratios, writes
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