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House Financial Services Sets Post-recess Schedule
WASHINGTON (7/8/13)--House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling has set the July agenda for his committee.

Items currently on the schedule include:
  • A July 9 financial institutions and consumer credit subcommittee hearing on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's safeguarding of consumer data;
  • A July 9 oversight and investigations subcommittee hearing on the constitutionality of sections of the Dodd-Frank Act that concern "Too Big to Fail" financial institutions;
  • A July 10 capital markets and government sponsored enterprises subcommittee hearing on how government red tape hinders a healthier economy; and
  • A July 17 full committee hearing on monetary policy and the state of the economy. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will be the sole witness at that hearing and will present the Fed's semi-annual Monetary Policy Report.
The hearing schedule is tentative. For more on the hearings, use the resource link.
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