July 2016
Warren Renews Objections to SEC Efforts to Limit Disclosure Requirements
Cummings, Warren, Warner Launch Investigation Of Major Derivatives Clearing Organizations’ Recovery and Resolution Plans
June 2016
Warren, Hatch, and Rubio Call for GAO Review of Sober Living Home Federal and State Oversight
May 2016
Senator Warren Urges IRS to Select Balanced Representation for Electronic Tax Advisory Committee
Warren and Cotton Raise Bipartisan Concerns About Financial Adviser Misconduct, Ask FINRA to Protect Investors
Warren: Navient Should Fix Abysmal Student Loan Servicing, Not Spend Millions on Lobbying for Sweetheart Deals
April 2016
Cummings and Warren Release GAO Report Highlighting Dramatic Growth of Nonbank Mortgage Servicers
Federal Agencies Commit to Marijuana Scheduling Decision by Mid-2016
March 2016
Senator Warren Calls for SEC Investigation Into Financial Services Providers Over Contradictory Statements on the DOL Conflict of Interest Rule
Sen. Warren Seeks Information from CFTC Commissioner Giancarlo on Flawed Committee Report
February 2016
Sen. Warren Asks CFTC Commissioner to Withdraw Biased, Faulty Committee Report
Cummings and Warren Highlight Financial Industry’s Contradictory Statements on Retirement Adviser Conflict of Interest Rule
December 2015
Senators Seek Further Information About Federal Efforts to Facilitate Medical Marijuana Research
Senators Warren, Durbin and Blumenthal Raise Concerns About Federal Settlement with For-Profit College Company EDMC
November 2015
Warren and Cummings Investigation Finds That Repeal of Dodd-Frank Provision Now Allows Banks to Keep Nearly $10 Trillion in Risky Trades on Books
September 2015
Senator Warren Sends Letters to Brookings, Labor Dept
August 2015
Senator Warren asks regulators about concerns related to new system that could hide Wall Street communications, hinder enforcement
July 2015
Warren and Cummings Ask Financial Regulators About Risks to Banks and Taxpayers from Swaps Trading
Bipartisan Group of Senators Requests GAO Report on Medicaid Oversight and Quality of Care in Assisted Living Facilities
Senators ask U.S. Chamber of Commerce board member companies about the Chamber's Big Tobacco lobbying efforts
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