Innovation should be more important than regulation.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Rather than let students weigh crypto costs and benefits on their own, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau claims to know best.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau claims to be enforcing a law that prohibits "false or misleading representations."
The new president availed himself of Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Supreme Court Rules Against Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Says Agency's Format 'Clashes With Constitutional Structure'
SCOTUS rules 5–4 in Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
With Chief in Charge, SCOTUS Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Law and Eliminates CFPB Independence (Updated)
The Chief Justice provides the pivotal vote in the June Medical Services abortion case and Seila Law v. CFPB.
Will the Supreme Court question the underpinnings of the modern administrative state?
This New Deal Precedent May Decide the Fate of Elizabeth Warren's Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
What’s at stake in Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could be completely independent of the next occupant of the White House.
An interesting amicus brief by Professor John Harrison in Seila Law LLC v. CFPB
The Supreme Court will consider a constitutional challenge to the composition of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
After a monthslong showdown with the Senate, House leaders have agreed to pass a modest set of financial regulation reforms.
The Minnesota Representative took CFPB Director Mike Mulvaney to task for 'frosted' glass office.
Maybe don't give the other side the rope to hang you with.
A divided D.C. Circuit holds Congress may insulate the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from Presidential Control. Will the Supreme Court agree?
The D.C. Circuit says the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is OK.
Liberals and progressives might soon find themselves agreeing with libertarian critiques of the CFPB's unaccountable structure and powerful director.
The legal squabble is really a proxy battle over whether the agency will be subject to meaningful political oversight.
Senate Republicans could vote as soon as this week to repeal the CFPB's ban on arbitration clauses.
Responses to top-down federal dictates are hard to predict.
It's the latest effort to use the Congressional Review Act to assert the authority of elected lawmakers over appointed bureaucrats.
Nevertheless It Persists: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Fights Trump, Congress, and Federal Courts in Effort to Remain Unaccountable to Anyone
The CFPB is fighting a three-front war against Congress, the Trump administration, and in the courts to maintain its unaccountable status.
And the potential for Trump to abuse the power of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is huuge.
Tuesday's federal court ruling won't stop the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from acting, but will give the president more control over its activities.
Why overregulation of payday lenders is a bad idea
A program meant to stamp out fraud has put a stranglehold on legitimate industries.
Policymakers should get out of the way and let entrepreneurs offer financial services that fit the needs of low-income Americans.
Well ... Of course it does
They'd rather work in the private sector
Debt settlement company indicted
Information they receive subject to FOIA requests
To protect lenders and borrowers, the agency says. Curbing intervention in the housing market would do that better