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VOTERS WANT STRONG OVERSIGHT OF WALL STREET AND BACK NEW CONSUMER COP

Boston, MA—Financial reforms enacted in response to the financial meltdown remain popular with voters, a new opinion poll by Lake Research Partners shows. With just one year of work under its belt, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has a strong record of successes for consumers despite facing constant unfounded political attacks.

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POLL SHOWS VOTERS FAVOR STRONG OVERSIGHT OF WALL STREET AND BACK NEW CFPB

Madison, WI – July 18, 2012 -- Financial reforms enacted in response to the financial  meltdown remain popular with those likely to vote in 2012, a new opinion poll by Lake Research Partners shows. The poll was commissioned by AARP, National Council of La Raza  (NCLR), the Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) and Americans for Financial Reform (AFR). Saturday July 21 will mark the two year anniversary of the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a new agency with a strong record of successes for consumers despite facing constant unfounded political attacks in its first year of work.

CFPB ISSUES RULE REGULATING BIG CREDIT BUREAUS

By | Ed Mierzwinski
National Consumer Program Director

Today, at a field hearing in Detroit, as expected, the CFPB announced its first "larger participants" rule, giving itself the authority to supervise, or look inside the mysterious "black box" operations, of the biggest credit bureaus

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Your Money: How you can benefit from the Capital One settlement

(Reuters) - The Capital One Financial settlement with U.S. regulators over deceptive marketing of credit card "add-on products" means a lot to all consumers, not just Capital One customers, according to consumer advocates.

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Download this resource for everything you need to know to organize the Go Green Nat'l Geo campaign on your campus.

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National Geographic is known as a leader in stewardship, so most of their readers would be shocked to learn that while highly respected and perhaps the inspiration for many in the conservation movement, National Geographic lags far behind other publications that you would expect to be on recycled paper, such as Audubon, National Wildlife, and Mother Earth News, as well as those you wouldn’t necessarily expect, like Motorcycle Classics, Fast Company, and Shape.

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