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14 Dec 2020Letter in support of S. 3990, the Financial Product Safety Commission Act of 2020


In June 2020, CDIA joined with other trade associations in a letter supporting S. 3990, the Financial Product Safety Commission Act of 2020.

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07 Aug 2020Credit Reporting & COVID-19 – It’s Not a Sophie’s Choice


Dr. Michael Turner published an op-ed, Credit Reporting & COVID-19 – It’s Not a Sophie’s Choice, that appeared in Inside Sources.  Turner returned to an ongoing theme about the dangers of suppression of credit reporting.

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03 Aug 2020Financial Services Assns. to Senate Banking: Suppression Means Less Accuracy


In urging opposition to credit reporting suppression, some of the largest organizations representing the financial services community sent a letter to U.S. Sens. Mike Crapo (R-ID) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH), the chair and ranking member, respectively, of the Senate Banking Committee.  

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10 Oct 2018Joint Trades Letter to the Committee on Ways & Means, Subcommittee on Oversight


In October, 2018, CDIA and trade associations sent a letter to the Committee on Ways & Means, Subcommittee on Oversight regarding a hearing entitled “IRS Taxpayer Authentication: Strengthening Security While Ensuring Access.”

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14 Feb 2018Joint letter to the IRS on IVES access


In February 2018, a coalition of mortgage-related interests, including CDIA, sent a joint letter to the IRS on IVES access.

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14 Feb 2018Joint Trades Letter to the U.S. Senate


In February, 2018, CDIA (along with the Consumer Bankers Association, Consumer Data Industry Association, Consumer Mortgage Coalition, Housing Policy Council of the Financial Services Roundtable, Mortgage Bankers Association, and the National Association of Home Builders) sent a letter to various Senate committees.

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14 Feb 2018Joint Trades Letter to the U.S. House


In February, 2018, CDIA (along with the Consumer Bankers Association, Consumer Data Industry Association, Consumer Mortgage Coalition, Housing Policy Council of the Financial Services Roundtable, Mortgage Bankers Association, and the National Association of Home Builders) sent a letter to various House committees.

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