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Financial Reform 101 with Prof. Elizabeth Warren

March 29, 2010

AFFIL and AFR are hosting a special discussion with Professor Elizabeth Warren and AFR Director Heather Booth on Tuesday, April 6th from 4:00-4:45 pm EDT. It will focus on where we stand in the movement for financial reform, and how consumers can get involved in the fight to rein in the big banks and get the economy back on track.  We hope you can join us!

Click here to register.

* Find out about reform efforts in Congress—including the Senate bill currently being debated, and the House bill which passed in December
* Learn why we need a Consumer Financial Protection Agency to protect us from abusive financial products
* Ask Professor Warren and Heather Booth your question about financial reform
* Hear about ways to join the fight around the country and online

Space is limited so sign up now!

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3 Comments
  1. Melisa Knappenberger permalink
    June 25, 2010 12:09 pm

    Thanks for your write ups, i am into the financial field and looking at blogs like yours does help get a better understanding on what is happening in the world.

  2. Ilene Richman permalink
    July 28, 2010 12:24 pm

    I strongly believe that Professor Warren is the best choice for the Consumer Protection Agency. The one item that was not incorporated into this reform was the exorbitant credit card interest. This should be fully addressed. I am being charged 17.9% and 24.9% by Capital One. Today, I read that the CEO of Capital One is one of the highest paid executives. This is because credit card users of Capital One are being robbed in interest on credit card. Interest credit card issuers charge must be addressed immediately or else more people will face bankruptcty. I hope this is the first thing Prof Warren addresses-credit card robbery.

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