The Manhattan Institute News -> Vice President Mike Pence broke a 50-50 tie in the Senate to repeal a federal rule adopted by the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.

Manhattan Institute @ HoaxandChange.com

The Manhattan Institute News -> Vice President Mike Pence broke a 50-50 tie in the Senate to repeal a federal rule adopted by the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.

Manhattan Institute @ HoaxandChange.com

Manhattan Institute @ HoaxandChange.com

 October 25, 2017

DODD-FRANK / FINANCIAL REGULATION

Vice President Mike Pence broke a 50-50 tie in the Senate to repeal a federal rule adopted by the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.

MI Responds: CFPB Arbitration Rule Repealed

“The Senate may have been unable to move some of the GOP leadership’s preferred agenda, but it deserves kudos for acting under the Congressional Review Act to undo an anti-arbitration rule crafted by Obama administration holdovers.”
By James R. Copland
October 25, 2017
 

The Senate Still Has Time To Stop Lawsuit Abuse

“According to the CFPB’s own study, the average plaintiff brought home a paltry $32 in class-action settlements involving consumer-finance claims.”
By James R. Copland
Investor’s Business Daily
October 24, 2017
 

NEW YORK CITY & STATE

New Report School Safety in New York City

Max Eden analyzes data from the New York City 2017 school-climate survey. Based on responses to questions about safety, the report finds that students and teachers enjoy a safer learning environment in charter schools than in traditional schools.
 

New School Safety Map Finds NYC Charters Safer Than District Schools in Wake of Fatal Stabbing

New Interactive Maps Allow NYC Parents to Compare Classrooms
Featured at The 74
October 23, 2017
Based on a new report

 

CULTURE & SOCIETY

Public Order Makes City Life Possible

In a culture that no longer teaches civility or citizenship, police have a greater burden than ever.
By Myron Magnet
City Journal
Autumn 2017 Issue
 

Don’t Even Think About It

An Idaho professor’s inquiry into transgender theory sparks a furious backlash.
By Arthur Milikh
City Journal Online
October 24, 2017
 

ECONOMY & FINANCE

Reduce Licensing for More Jobs

“Occupational licensing creates additional burdens for people who want to join licensed professions.”
By Charles Hughes
Economics21
October 24, 2017
 

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