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The financial crisis of 2008 hurt so many Americans – many lost their homes, their retirement, and decades' worth of savings.

We cannot go back to the days of risky Wall Street investments and the excessive risk-taking of "too big to fail" banks before Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.

This critical reform includes the introduction of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), an independent agency that has fought on behalf of average Americans who were victims of underhanded financial practices. The CFPB won billions of dollars for the elderly, student loan borrowers, and homeowners – and continues working every day to protect our financial future.

We must protect the American public and ensure consumers are treated fairly in the financial marketplace. Tell Congress to support and defend the CFPB!

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Petition sponsored by:

Catherine Cortez MastoU.S. Senator
from Nevada
Jeff MerkleyU.S. Senator
from Oregon
Jack ReedU.S. Senator
from Rhode Island
Suzanne BonamiciU.S. Representative
from Oregon
Suzan DelBeneU.S. Representative
from Washington
Dwight EvansU.S. Representative
from Pennsylvania
Jim HimesU.S. Representative
from Connecticut
Jim McGovernU.S. Representative
from Massachusetts
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger U.S. Representative
from Maryland
Tom WolfGovernor
of Pennsylvania
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