Republicans have assailed the secretive Obama administration program.
The consumer board’s practices have raised questions about privacy from conservatives.
Current law caps rewards at $1.6 million for individuals who expose malfeasance.
The bank’s charter expires on Sept. 30.
Groups are pressuring the CFPB to rein in the industry with tough regulations.
Industry spending has eclipsed $800 million, according to Americans For Financial Reform.
The former House Financial Services Committee chairman returned to defend his signature law.
Longtime CFTC Commissioner Scott O’Malia is headed to a derivatives association.
The agency wants to make complaints against financial firms available publicly.
Bank reauthorization has become a litmus test for many groups on the right.
The Democrat creates a contrast between her record on Wall Street reform and Scott Brown's.
The payday lending industry says legitimate businesses are being targeted by the operation.
Lawmakers and outside groups have accused Holder of going easy on big banks.
The Financial Stability Oversight Council is not yet fulfilling its mission, GAO said.
Tea Partiers oppose the bank's reauthorization, calling it corporate welfare.
The regulations are meant to help prevent a repeat of the economic crisis.
Community banks say costs of filing quarterly reports have spiked in recent years.
Issa is probing Justice's decision to settle with two of the nation's biggest banks.
CFTC Commissioner Scott O'Malia is leaving the agency for a derivatives industry association.
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Boehner is coming under pressure to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank from his own backyard.
A new study questions whether the agency is employing “too big to jail” policies.
Rep. Scalise, the new majority whip, is a critic of the bank.
Supporters are trying to win congressional renewal of the bank’s charter.