Take Care // 4/23/17 //
The government’s brief in PHH v. CFPB contains alternative facts, alternative history, and alternative reality, claims Neil J. Kinkopf at Take Care.
Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) outlined changes to the Financial Choice Act last week; Alan Kaplinksy assesses the changes at Consumer Finance Monitor.
Much-maligned CFPB head Richard Cordray kept his job because the administration didn’t want to bolster his political credibility, but he may have the chops to get elected anyways (Politico).
The Consumer Finance Bureau is an embattled progressive defender against big banks and lenders, claims Gary Rivlin (NYT)