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Senate Banking Committee Democrats seek another hearing on Shelton’s nomination to Fed
The letter to the Committee Chair maintains that a second hearing is necessary to address concerns about the nominee’s ability to "handle the economic fallout" of COVID-19.
State treasurers seek cannabis banking changes as part of next COVID package
A letter to Congress from 15 state treasurers argued that unresolved conflicts between state and federal law has led marijuana-based businesses to rely more on cash-based transactions during the...
Fed issues credit reporting, mortgage servicing examination procedures for CARES Act compliance
The procedures apply to the CARES Act provisions that created new requirements for furnishers of credit information and mortgage servicers of federally backed mortgage loans with respect to COVID-19...
Proposed FDCPA class actions claiming misleading, unfair collection letters rejected
The consumers’ theory of their concrete and particularized injury did not meet the threshold necessary for Article III standing.
CFPB revokes payday lending rule’s ability-to-pay requirement
After considering 197,000 comments, the CFPB has revoked the ability-to-pay requirement contained in its payday lending rule that is codified at 12 CFR Part 1041. The CFPB’s action relieves...