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Above the Fold Financial Regulation

The Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburgh in the Brooklyn.
Rep. Luetkemeyer introduced a bipartisan bill that rethinks how we approach bank supervision and prudential standards.
Brian Daner
CFPB Director Richard Cordray

After two years of waiting, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released its anti-arbitration rule last week.

U.S. Chamber Staff
Freddie Mercury
What does Queen and banking have in common?
Tom Quaadman
Pedestrians walk past the U.S. Treasury building in Washington, D.C. Photographer: Mannie Garcia/Bloomberg News

Main Street depends on financial services to receive capital, expand, hire, and succeed.

David Hirschmann
Godzilla destroying a city.
Millions of Americans will lose access to investment advice and pay billions more in fees.
Sean Hackbarth
A panaoramic view of the 2017 Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholder meeting in Omaha, Nebraska.

Remember that moment during one of the 2016 presidential debates when the candidates engaged in a deep and provocative discussion about t

Brian P. O'Shea
Tom Donohue at the #LetsGrow Atlanta event with Georgia Chamber President and CEO Chris Clark, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, and Georgia Governor Nathan Deal

2017 is off to a busy start for the U.S. Chamber.

Carrie Brooks
Department of Labor headquarters in Washington, D.C.
The Obama administration rule would limit access to retirement investment advice for small businesses and their workers.
Sean Hackbarth