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Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs Democrats. Ranking Member
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Chris Van Hollen Sep 12
Mr. Secretary, your tweet does not respond to the question any more than your testimony. Here’s your proposed rule. You should read it. It would strip civil rights protections for thousands. Your stats are based on existing regulations, not your new plan.
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Doug Jones Sep 12
Thanks, BUT my question was about why you and your agency are weakening civil rights protections—making it damn near impossible for even HUD to pursue disparate impact cases. I’ll wait.
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Senator Cortez Masto Sep 10
I asked Secretaries Mnuchin & Carson today what their definition of affordable housing is. I didn't get a straightforward answer. If the Secretaries of the Treasury and HUD can’t define what affordable housing is, how can they address this issue?
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Sep 10
Joined colleagues on & to express concerns to admin re: China’s potential abuse of 's special treatment under US law to illicitly secure sensitive tech & the use of crowd control equipment against Hong Kong protesters:
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Senator Tina Smith Sep 10
Steve Mnuchin said on Fox Business that “we have not yet seen any impact on the U.S. economy” from the trade war with China. I disagree. So I asked him about it. His answer was out of touch. Farmers need to stop being treated as collateral damage in this trade war.
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Sherrod Brown Jun 25
Today I reintroduced the Small Business Lending Fairness Act with . This legislation would codify the FTC’s 1985 ban on confessions of judgment in law in consumer loan contracts.
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Rep. Nydia Velazquez Jun 25
Proud to join in introducing legislation to stop "confessions of judgement", which have led to predatory small business loans, bankrupting entrepreneurs. My thanks to for authoring Sen version. holds a hearing tomorrow!
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Sherrod Brown Jun 18
Facebook is already too big and too powerful, and it has used that power to exploit users’ data without protecting their privacy. We cannot allow Facebook to run a risky new cryptocurrency out of a Swiss bank account without oversight.
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Senate Banking Democrats Jun 18
: Financial Watchdogs Must Scrutinize Facebook Cryptocurrency Closely
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Senate Banking Democrats May 21
ICYMI: via Analysis | The Finance 202: Democrats probing Trump, Deutsche Bank see new momentum
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Senate Banking Democrats May 10
ICYMI: Request Information from Facebook on Data Collection
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Senator Tina Smith May 1
Fed nominee Stephen Moore isn’t really an economist. He’s a political operative and a pundit. And his views on women are abhorrent. He’s unfit to serve on the board of the Federal Reserve. I'm speaking out against his nomination now:
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Victoria Guida Apr 25
The biggest proposed bank merger since the 2008 financial crisis is drawing flak from Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other key Democrats, who warn that it could create another institution so large that its failure would threaten the economy.
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POLITICO Apr 25
The biggest proposed bank merger since the 2008 financial crisis is drawing flak from Elizabeth Warren and other key Democrats, who warn that it could create another institution so large that its failure would threaten the economy
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Sherrod Brown Apr 25
Replying to @SenSherrodBrown
Mr. Moore’s positions on the economy, tax cuts for the wealthy, healthcare, financial regulation, and farm policy show that he doesn’t understand the ongoing challenges these communities face and the policies that would actually help them.
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Sherrod Brown Apr 25
It’s not just Stephen Moore’s words that make his disdain for the American people clear. He has a long history of supporting policies that have directly contributed to the challenges faced by the millions of Americans in towns and cities across the industrial heartland.
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Senator Tina Smith Apr 22
Stephen Moore, I see you wouldn’t celebrate dunking over someone named Tina, but how about defending your (lack of) credentials to be on the Fed before a Senator named Tina?
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Senator Tina Smith Apr 23
Without a safe, stable place to call home, how are you supposed to make life work? Research backs this up—it's harder to find a job, go to school & live a healthy life. I’m calling for greater support for a program to boost affordable housing.
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