Save the CFPB
When Congress formed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) they didn't make it accountable to anyone meaning they can do whatever they want and no one can stop them.
The CFPB spent $216 million of taxpayers' money on its lavish Washington headquarters, which boast a waterfall, a 'contemplative' area and a rooftop playground. The offices were supposed to cost $55 million but ran $160 million over budget
Congress' intentions when the formed the CFPB were good, but if the CFPB is to achieve great things they must be made answerable to the people you elect.
Your Senator can save the CFPB by making its management answer to Congress. It only takes one minute to contact your Senator with our online form and make a difference. Start by entering your zip code below,
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