Letters

November 2017
Warren Leads Senate Colleagues in Calling on NLRB Member to Disclose All Potential Conflicts of Interest
Warren, Colleagues Seek Information on Water- and Vector-Borne Diseases in Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands
Following Government Watchdog Report, Senators Warren and Murray Request Further Details from HHS on Sabotage of Open Enrollment, Waste of Taxpayer Dollars
October 2017
Warren Calls on DOJ Antitrust Division Leader to Recuse Himself from AT&T-Time Warner Merger Decision
Warren Presses Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith for More Answers on Data Breach
Warren Questions Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan about Fake Accounts Scandal
Investigation Shows Trump Transition Ignored Ethics Officials and Refused to Cooperate with GAO
In Advance of Banking Committee Hearing, Senator Warren Seeks Answers from Equifax's Former and Interim CEOs
September 2017
Warren, Cummings Release GAO Report Confirming 2014 Dodd Frank Rollbacks Resulted in Giant Giveaways for Big Banks
Senator Warren Expands Equifax Investigation with Three New Information Requests
Warren Launches Investigation into Equifax Breach with Letters to Equifax, TransUnion, Experian, FTC, CFPB, GAO
Following Warren Letter, Ginnie Mae Announces New Task Force to Crack Down on Lenders that Scam Veterans
Senator Warren Raises Concerns About Aggressive and Misleading Marketing of VA Refinance Mortgages, Urges Ginnie Mae to Work with Her and Other Agencies to Crack Down on Abuses
August 2017
Warren Highlights New Evidence of Wells Fargo Misconduct, Renews Call for Federal Reserve to Remove Bank Board Members
Warren Asks DeVos for Information to Determine if Senior Counselor Eitel Broke the Law
All Senate Banking Committee Democrats Ask Chairman Crapo for September Hearing with Wells Fargo CEO and Board Chair
July 2017
Following New Reports of Wells Fargo Misconduct, Warren Renews Call for Fed Chair Yellen to Remove Bank's Board
After Multiple Non-Responses from DeVos, Sen. Warren Asks ED Nominee for Commitment to Reply to Oversight Requests
Warren, Whitehouse Ask Mnuchin Whether Carl Icahn Had Any Contacts with FSOC Members
Members of Congress Ask White House Counsel for Information on Potential Ethics Violation by Top White House Ethics Official Stefan Passantino
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