Senate GOP Readies Effort to Nix CFPB’s Arbitration Rule

From: BNA

By Rob Tricchinelli and Jeff Bater

Senate Republicans aren’t wasting any time in trying to negate the CFPB’s rule barring the use of mandatory arbitration to block class actions by consumers, even as federal regulators lay the groundwork for their own attempts to delay or halt the rule.

An effort is already underway to scotch the rule using the Congressional Review Act, a statute that allows Congress to overturn executive branch actions, and a resolution could be unveiled as soon as July 19, Senate Banking Chairman Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) told Bloomberg BNA in a brief interview.

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