Legislation

Monday, November 26, 2018

On the Mend: Bill Requiring Delayed Reporting of Veterans’ Medical Debts Seeks to Correct Department of Veterans Affairs Payments Errors


As proposed, the Act requires the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to establish a database – not later than one year after enactment – to allow consumer reporting agencies to verify whether a debt furnished to a consumer reporting agency is veteran’s medical debt. 

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Rubio, Kennedy Introduce Bill To Protect Small Businesses From Security Breaches


Today, U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and John Kennedy (R-LA) introduced the Read more . . .


Thursday, June 7, 2018

Free credit freezes are coming soon


The new law has a long name – Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act – but the outcome is simple. When the law takes effect in September, Read more . . .


Monday, April 30, 2018

This bill could weaken the protection of a credit freeze


If the bill becomes a law, it will offer weaker protections against identity theft, replacing stronger ones currently dictated by individual states. And, as if that were not enough, it would also provide service members an inadequate right to credit monitoring, while paving the way for Equifax and the other national credit bureaus to take over the credit scoring marketplace. 
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Monday, January 15, 2018

Equifax isn’t going to like new Senate bill


Two senators unveil a bill to impose tighter regulations and hefty penalties for future data breaches.

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

The vast majority of Americans -- across the political spectrum -- benefit from the protections of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here's one example from this piece:


In fact, the CFPB has emerged as that rare beast — a fast-moving agency that actually chalks up wins for average Americans. By the end of 2016, shortly before Trump took office, the 5 1/2 -year-old bureau’s enforcement actions against everyone from the country’s biggest banks to small-time debt collectors had already returned $11.9 billion to 29 million consumers. The CFPB had created a public database of consumer complaints against banks and other lenders, and had issued new rules governing everything from mortgages to student loans to the prepaid cards that millions of “unbanked” Americans carry in their wallets. A year ago, the bureau finalized new rules giving prepaid customers some of the same protections enjoyed by those who use credit cards.
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