NACA needs you to get involved

Get involved with our policy initiatives to help make a difference for consumers across the country.

Please see our list of action items below. If you know of other actions that NACA could participate in to fight for consumers' rights, please let us know!

  1. Write a letter to the editor urging a strong Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
  2. Tell your members of Congress to protect Americans' right to participate in class actions.

Current Initiatives

NACA, Partners Ask FTC to Address Systemic Yo-Yo Car Financing

April 29, 2022
Advocacy, Comment Letters
Automobiles, Automobiles, Financing Fraud/Deception/Unfairness, Sales Fraud/Deception/Unfairness
FTC

NACA Calls on CFPB to Take Action on Forced Arbitration to Address Junk Fees

April 12, 2022
Advocacy, Comment Letters
Arbitration, Forced Arbitration, Other Areas of Interest

NACA and Groups Call on Department of Education to Create an Income-Driven Repayment Waiver

February 9, 2022
Advocacy, Comment Letters
Federal Student Loans, Student Loans
Student Debt

Tell Your Senators to Vote “NO” on Repealing Lending Discrimination Protections

April 13, 2018
Advocacy
Automobiles

Call Your Senators; Tell Them to Support CFPB’s Arbitration Rule & Vote NO on the Resolution That Would Repeal It

July 31, 2017
Advocacy
Forced Arbitration

Tell Your U.S. Reps. to Support CFPB’s Arbitration Rule and to Reject Any Effort to Repeal It

July 19, 2017
Advocacy
Forced Arbitration

Tell Congress to Reject H.R. 10, the Bill That Would Gut the CFPB

May 2, 2017
Advocacy
Forced Arbitration

Tell Your Representative to Protect Americans’ Right to Participate in Class Actions

March 2, 2017
Advocacy
Class Action

Tell Congress to Protect Rule That Limits Forced Arbitration for Federal Contractor Employees

February 1, 2017
Advocacy
Forced Arbitration

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Your cases and clients' experiences can help us bring the harms consumers face in the marketplace to life and push policymakers for change.

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Law Review Note Topics

Have you come across consumer law issues in your work that deserve to be explored in-depth in a research article? Share your law review note topic ideas for law school publications with us. 

Get Involved

Members are encouraged to participate in our legislative activities by taking action or volunteering to serve on one of the advocacy-related committees.