Eight Banking Bills that Aren't Going Away
 

Several pieces of banking-related legislation that were introduced — but not enacted — during the 112th Congress are due to make a repeat appearance in the just-begun 113th Congress. Here are some bills expected to get reintroduced, including everything from restructuring the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, reforms to stabilize the Federal Housing Administration and required disclosures of privacy notices.

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