The CFPB's list of rules that it intends to propose or to finalize in the next year is now posted, here. The two rules it expects to finalize this spring are a rule rescinding the 2017 payday lending regulation issued to protect consumers from predatory lending (final rule expected in April 2020) and a cutting back on the collection and reporting of data with respect to open-end lines of credit and certain mortgage loans (final rule expected in March 2020).
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We demand that the CFPB’s Regulatory Rule which protects consumers from predatory lending stay in place. This has been shown to be very effective!