The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is our watchdog on Wall Street, and in just six years, it has returned more than $12 billion to consumers hurt by financial wrongdoing.
Now, this vital agency is under attack. The president's pick for acting director is a long-time opponent of the bureau who has already tried to rewrite the agency's mission.
We need a permanent Consumer Bureau director who supports the agency's work to protect consumers.
Call on your senators to only confirm a qualified Consumer Bureau director.