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  • Ted Cruz introduces bill to abolish CFPB

    Texas senator partners with Rep. John Ratcliffe to reintroduce bill
    While there appears to be some in the Republican Party who simply want to reform the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, there are at least two Republicans on Capitol Hill who want to kill the agency altogether. The bills, introduced by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, would repeal Title X of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, which would abolish the CFPB entirely.
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  • The other White House goes up for sale

    A smaller replica now on the market
    Most everyone knows where the first White House is located, but do they know where the second one is? It is now going on the market so that anyone (who has a few million dollars to spend) can live like a president.
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  • Bernie Sanders targets Goldman Sachs, Wall Street in latest campaign ad

    "Our economy works for Wall Street because it’s rigged by Wall Street"
    With the race for the White House heating up, Democratic Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, dropped a new campaign ad over the weekend that again paints Sanders squarely as Wall Street’s archenemy, and takes direct aim at the Wall Street bank that’s seemingly dominated the headlines of this election cycle – Goldman Sachs.
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  • Sen. Ted Cruz introduces bill to abolish CFPB

    Partners with Rep. John Ratcliffe on bill to eliminate "runaway agency"
    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which celebrated its fourth birthday earlier this week, won’t see its fifth birthday if Sen. Ted Cruz has his way. Cruz, along with Rep. John Ratcliffe, introduced a bill in Congress this week that would abolish the CFPB.
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