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Data Privacy Emerges as Possible Bipartisan Path to Credit Bureau Reform

Senate Banking aides say bill likely to be more narrowly focused than Waters’ consumer protections plan

Tax Refunds Are a Political Wash for 2020

Nearly two-thirds of voters say their tax refund won’t impact their 2020 vote

Waters Confirms She’ll Call Bank CEOs to Testify Before Panel

Heads of large banks, including JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs, will testify together for the first time in a decade

Voters Say They Would Use Taxes on the Wealthy to Fix a Variety of Ills in the Nation

Revenue toward building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border was the least popular proposal

Payday Lenders Prepare for a Fight After Warren, Sanders Declare Presidential Bids

Advocates for and against CFPB’s payday lending rules say industry lobbying efforts to intensify in runup to 2020

Americans More Likely to Back Estate Tax Expansion Than Repeal

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ plan to lower the estate tax threshold joins other proposals to raise the wealthy's taxes

Warren’s Proposed Tax on Wealthy Draws More Support Than Ocasio-Cortez’s

63% of voters think upper-income people currently pay too little in taxes

No Deal on Brexit? Half of U.K. Adults Say That’s Going to Hurt

‘Leave' voters: 38% said 'no deal' E.U. exit will harm consumers; 24% said it will help; 27% said neither hurt nor help

For Credit Unions, Government Shutdown Holds Potential for Both Growth and Risk

Furloughed workers expected to turn to cooperatives for help, but long shutdown raises likelihood of delinquency

Can Trade Disputes Sway Trump Voters in Heartland? Don’t Bet the Farm

Little movement in president’s approval rating, public’s views on trade in year of tensions with China, other nations