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Financial Services Committee can't get past CFPB debate

Waters: "We should not cut off the ability of the CFPB..."
Brena Swanson
Despite a lot of topics on the plate of the Financial Services Committee to debate, they could not seem to get away from the discussion of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. This being just one of the several topics discussed.
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Hensarling: “We are headed for a debt crisis”

Regulators heighten attention on national debt
Brena Swanson
The nation is headed on a destructive path to an overwhelming pile of national debt, Financial Services Committee chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-TX, said during the first hearing in a series planned to focus on attention on the impact of the nation’s debt on the economy.
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Hensarling: GSEs have not repaid taxpayers one thin dime

HousingWire Staff
Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-TX, emphasized that the idea that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are close to paying back taxpayers for the largest bailout in American history are completely false.
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PATH Act receives mixed reviews from mortgage experts

Christina Mlynski
Mortgage finance experts took to their soapboxes in front of the Financial Services Committee Thursday to address key initiatives outlined in the recent...
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