Association with Equifax Makes Forced Arbitration Issue Completely “Toxic” WASHINGTON – A new poll commissioned by the American Future Fund shows that Americans, including Republicans and conservatives, overwhelmingly favor retaining a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) rule preserving the right to join in class action lawsuits to fight financial institution abuses. Support for the rule,
“We believe the Congressional Review Act should not be applied in the case of this rule and ask you to oppose any attempt to block the implementation of this rule.”
The survey was conducted August 14-16, 2017.
The American Future Fund (AFF) today released a follow-up letter to U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) from 11 conservative groups renewing their opposition to legislation imposing caps on medical malpractice awards, charging that the bill “remains a premier example of constitutional malpractice.”
The American Future Fund has joined a host of groups in a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan, outlining the groups’ opposition to H.R. 1215.
“These bills put conservatives in a precarious position. The outcomes of some of these bills are laudable but we cannot simply federalize state laws that we don’t care for. Isn’t this the same thing that we, as conservatives, have criticized Democrats for doing for years?”