We need a solution at the scale of the problem, so that families can get back on their feet, the economy can get working, and people can reach for their American dreams again instead of watching them drown.
Today's announcement that Goldman Sachs received a subpoena from the Manhattan district attorney has left many wondering whether any top executives will face criminal prosecution for the company's role in causing the financial meltdown of 2008.
What if there was a law that told big corporations that they have responsibilities to the communities they serve? There is. It's called the Community Reinvestment Act and a fight over it's future is brewing in Congress.