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Monday, April 02, 2018


Veronica Schweyen

Mr. Mulvaney is now advocating for the removal of the CFPB's powers to over-see the actions of Unjust and Unlawful actions by big Corporations. I hope that his wishes to stop the powers of the CFPB will be over-rules by Congress. Doesn't he know that the big Banks had stolen Billions of dollars from tax payers during the Recession? He has to STOP FAVORING THE BIG BANKS!!

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