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Proponents of Labor Department’s Fiduciary Rule Split on SEC’s Efforts

One SEC commissioner suggests "Regulation Best Interest" might be better termed "Regulation Status Quo"

While Republicans Celebrate Tax Cuts Today, Others March to Repeal Them

Sen. Pat Toomey touts tax benefits to businesses at U.S. Chamber of Commerce event

Conservatives Lay Out Concerns About Supreme Court’s Internet Sales Tax Case

Legal and economic experts worried potential ruling could give states too much power over companies

Mulvaney Lumps CFPB Salaries With Argument for More Congressional Oversight

The acting director said he would "welcome a discussion" on bureau compensation

Amid Increased Trade Tensions, Voters Uncertain About Potential Effects of Tariffs

Poll respondents were split, 39% to 43%, on whether tariffs would help or hurt U.S. economy

CFPB Staffing Drops for 4th Straight Quarter, Longest Since Agency Opened

Workforce previously increased for 9 consecutive quarters

CFPB: Complaints About Credit Reporting Agencies Almost Doubled in 2017

Consumer grievances regarding credit or consumer reporting made up 31 percent plurality of all complaints

‘Business as Usual’ for Investment Advisers Despite Fiduciary Rule Uncertainty

Appeals court vacated the Labor Department rule this month, but SEC is waiting in the wings

Pawlenty’s Stint as Washington Lobbyist Could Weigh on Gubernatorial Bid

Former head of the Financial Services Roundtable previously served two terms as Minnesota governor

CFPB’s Chief Operating Officer Is Leaving, in First High-Level Mulvaney-Era Departure

Sartaj Alag told staffers he'll leave on April 18, after almost five years as the bureau's COO