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Volume 29 - Number 16

August 6, 2018

Kraninger Agrees With Mulvaney’s Moves at CFPB, Vote Pending

Kathy Kraninger, President Trumpís nominee to be the next CFPB director, last week responded to questions sent by Democrat members of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. The questions followed on the heels of a confirmation hearing earlier in July where Democrats accused the nominee of stonewalling. The Democratic lawmakers sent three lists of questions, over 10 pages, covering issues ranging from the nomineeís day-to-day job ...

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