NACA joins a coalition of consumer groups and one international remittance provider on a letter to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau urging action on hidden fees in the remittance market.
Public interest organizations, wrote in strong support of the End Double Taxation of Successful Consumer Claims Act, S. 766, H.R. 4457, introduced by Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto and Rep. Steven Horsford. For too long, taxpayers have been subject to unexpected penalties when they successfully hold bad actors accountable in court. The bill would ensure consumers in these cases are not unfairly taxed on funds they do not receive.
The undersigned consumer, labor and privacy organizations, representing millions of Americans, write in strong support of H.R. 2668, the Consumer Protection and Recovery Act. The bill would restore the Federal Trade Commission’s authority to provide refunds and equitable relief to victims of consumer fraud and deception, and to stop ongoing misconduct in the marketplace.
NACA joined a group of consumer, community, housing, small business, and other public interest organizations to submit a comment in response to a Request for Information on financial institutions' use of artificial intelligence. The comment highlights the fair lending implications of artificial intelligence and how regulators can address them.
NACA is proud to be an avid supporter and partner of legal services organizations across the country. We will strongly support a bold funding request that will ensure all of the 60+ million Americans eligible to receive free civil legal aid will be able to do so.
NACA state chairs urge Congress to support the Congressional Review Act resolution (S.J. Res. 15 and H.J. Res. 35) to repeal a federal rule that nfringes on state laws that help shield residents from usury and other financial abuses.
NACA joined 137 other consumer, civil rights, community, housing, labor, small business, and other public interest organizations on a letter to the Senate in support of Federal Trade Commissioner Rohit Chopra's nomination to be Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
NACA urges the 117th Congress to (1) remove obstacles that block legal accountability for harmful practices, (2) ensure the tax system does not penalize harmed consumers who stand up for themselves, (3) encourage an active regulatory system that adequately safeguards consumers, and (4) strengthen consumer remedies and protections in critical consumer laws.