CFPB interim director Mick Mulvaney has brought the bureau to a near-standstill.
The president recently nominated a new permanent director to take over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. With the CFPB doing a fraction of the work it did under Obama, what kind of agency will she lead?
The first food stamps program, created amid the Great Depression, lasted four years.
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SNAP and its precursors have weathered plenty of efforts to shrink the safety net. Its decades of bipartisan support make it likely to survive this one.
Some worry Mick Mulvaney is putting banks before consumers as head of the CFPB.
Mick Mulvaney has only been in charge of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for two months, but he's already made many decisions that will leave consumers worse off.
The Trump administration wants to shrink the safety net.
The best way to assess a program's effectiveness is see how well it meets the goals for which it was created. Maybe someone could tell the Trump administration.