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Hearings On Dodd-Frank Impact On Housing, CFPB Spending, Round Out June Schedule
WASHINGTON (6/17/13)--The House Financial Services Committee last week announced the hearing schedule for the remainder of this month, including a June 18 session at which Credit Union National Association witness Jerry Reed, chief lending officer of Alaska USA FCU, Anchorage, will represent credit unions.

The June 18 hearing, entitled "Examining How the Dodd-Frank Act Hampers Home Ownership," is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. ET.

Also on the schedule are:

  • A June 18 oversight and investigations subcommittee hearing on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau spending;
 

  • A June 19 full committee markup of four bills that would reduce federal regulatory burdens for investors and job creators. The four bills are: The Small Business Capital Access and Job Preservation Act (H.R. 1105), the Burdensome Data Collection Relief Act (H.R. 1135), the Audit Integrity and Job Protection Act (H.R. 1564) and H.R. 2374, which would amend Section 913 of the Dodd-Frank Act;
 

  • A June 26 full committee hearing on "Too Big to Fail" institutions. Current and former Federal Reserve Bank presidents are scheduled to appear at that hearing; and
 

  • A June 26 housing and insurance subcommittee hearing on the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Moving-to-Work program.
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