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Fair Lending

To Advance Civil Rights and Economic Justice, Confirm Loretta Lynch

John Taylor | Posted 06.03.2015 | Politics
John Taylor

Communities that are still recovering from the Great Recession, and particularly working-class communities and communities of color, need someone who will carry on the work of enforcing the laws that ensure the fairness of our economic and political system. The Senate should act to confirm Ms. Lynch promptly and without further delay.

Screwing Our Vets Is an American Tradition

Richard Zombeck | Posted 12.30.2014 | Politics
Richard Zombeck

Is it so unreasonable that we ask people who are housing our veterans to treat them with at least the same respect, rather than using them as cash cows and bilking the system for nearly $1 million a year in the process?

CFPB Making Good on Promises as Latinos Clamor for Stronger Consumer Protections

Janis Bowdler | Posted 09.29.2012 | Latino Voices
Janis Bowdler

Without a doubt, more needs to be done to protect all borrowers from predatory lending and steering. Financial companies on Wall Street must be held accountable with tougher rules and enforcement to prevent the practices that caused the financial crisis.

Occupy Wall Street: A New Wave of Fair Housing Activism?

Gregory D. Squires | Posted 12.12.2011 | Politics
Gregory D. Squires

We may witness a surge in fair housing, fair lending, community reinvestment and economic justice activities and outcomes in the near future.

Round Two: Banks Need to Rebuild What They Broke

George Goehl | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
George Goehl

Moving forward we need more lending activities to be covered by our community reinvestment laws. Here are three ways our community reinvestment regulations need to be modernized.

Manhattan Institute: Wrong Again on Fair Lending

Mark Winston Griffith | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Mark Winston Griffith

This entry is cross-posted on the DMI blog. n yesterday's New York Times, Howard Husock at the Manhattan Institute repeated the tired old argument th...