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GOP Just Keeps Pushing Financial Reform

Republicans have been trying to chip away at Dodd-Frank almost since the law was enacted nearly six years ago. But lately they have made a more intense push, and they won a victory in the House of Representatives recently.

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Lawmakers at Odds Over Dodd-Frank Act

Republicans have always been critical of the controversial Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, but lately they have turned up the heat with their criticism as the Obama Administration winds down.

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Witnesses at House Committee Hearing Testify of Dodd-Frank’s Adverse Effects

Witnesses at a recent House Financial Services Committee hearing testified the Dodd-Frank Act has "reduced financial stability" and made Americans worse off financially in the controversial law's first five years of existence. The hearing, titled "Dodd-Frank Five Years Later: Are We More Stable?" was the first in a series of three full Committee hearings to examine the impact Dodd-Frank has had on American consumers and the country's financial system and economy since President Obama signed it in to law in July 2010.

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Five Star Partners With Industry to Launch Mortgage Diversity Council

The AMDC's goal is to drive results that support the application and promotion of the mortgage industry's best diversity practices, and advancing solutions that support initiatives outlined by Section 342 of the Dodd-Frank Act–which focuses on minority and inclusion rules that call for greater supply chain diversity and greater diversity in hiring and promoting in the workforce.

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