Daily Archives: December 15, 2012

Run Away Regulator

The House Oversight Committee has accused the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) of having unchecked power and a vague mandate, giving it the potential to be a “run-away regulator unlike any other in American history.” In a new report issued … Continue reading

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Possible Stimulus Swindle

The nation’s three most productive solar installation firms are under investigation for allegedly exaggerating business costs to get larger cash payments through a federal stimulus program. The Treasury Department’s inspector general is asking SolarCity, SunRun and Sungevity to justify the … Continue reading

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Senate Hearing on “Voter Suppression”

The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing to examine Americans’ access to the voting booth and the continuing need for protections against efforts to limit or suppress voting. On Wednesday, the committee will look at barriers voters experienced in … Continue reading

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