“Trump’s consumer agency chief looks to shut down database of consumer complaints”

David Lazarus of the LA Times writes today about the possibility that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will cut off public access to its consumer complaint database.

The comment period closed this week on the CFPB's request for comment on possible changes to its complaint system. Meanwhile, "Mick Mulvaney, Trump’s budget chief who’s serving as interim head of the CFPB, said at a banking industry conference last month that there’s nothing in the law that created the watchdog agency requiring a complaint database."

The full article is here.

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