Tell Mick Mulvaney: Keep The Consumer Complaint Database Public

Mick Mulvaney, acting director of our best Wall Street watchdog, recently told more than 1,000 bankers that he doesn't think the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's enormously successful complaint database needs to be public anymore.

Without a public database, companies could hide widespread wrongdoing from view and consumers would be less informed about potential problems they could avoid. Tell Mick Mulvaney: Sunlight is the best disinfectant. Keep our consumer complaints public.