House to Vote on Senate Bill Amending Dodd-Frank and Senate Agrees to Take Up House Bills

by Jeff Sovern

It sounds like the House will vote on, and presumably pass, the Senate bill as is. In return, the Senate will take up certain as-yet-unidentified House bills that passed by a margin of at least two-thirds, meaning that at least some Democrats voted for them.  It's not clear, but it looks like the CFPB structure will be unaffected, though the Senate bill is a net negative for consumers. The Hill has a report here.

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