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Rep. Loudermilk Hosts Career Fair for Students Looking to Learn a Trade
October 7, 2019
This past week, Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) hosted a Skilled Trades & Apprenticeships Career Fair in Cartersville for high school students in Georgia’s 11th Congressional District. The career fair was widely attended, with thirty-five businesses, trade and technical schools, and nearly four hundred students, parents and teachers from seventeen high schools. “It’s no secret, the cost of pursuing a traditional four-year college degree is skyrocketing, despite the fact that job opportunities assoc... More
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Rep. Loudermilk Recognized for Support of Small & Local Insurance Companies
October 2, 2019
Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement after receiving the Benjamin Franklin Public Policy Award from the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) for support of mutual insurance policyholders during the 115th Congress: “Dr. Benjamin Franklin understood how accessible and affordable insurance helps protect the property and assets of hardworking Americans, which is why he founded the nation’s first successful mutual insurance company. Franklin’s vision has p... More
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Dear CFPB: Members of Congress Send a Letter Regarding International Remittances
October 1, 2019
From Payments Journal: "Way back in 2013 through 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) implemented new rules in the international consumer money transfer industry governing wires and remittances. These were early days for the CFPB and the new regulation really illustrated to the banking and payments industry the impact the new agency could bring to bear. The new compliance measures were focused primarily on bringing disclosure standards to all remittance providers and establishin... More
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What Georgia lawmakers say about impeachment inquiry
September 26, 2019
From the AJC: "Here’s what Georgia’s 14 U.S. Representatives and two U.S. Senators said after the U.S. House launched an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. The House, which is controlled by Democrats, would investigate and then vote on articles of impeachment based on what the inquiry discovers. A majority vote is needed in the House for the case to advance. Then the Senate, which is controlled by Republicans, would hold a trial. It takes a two-thirds vote in the Senate to remove a p... More
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Republicans press Otting on 'solution' for fintechs post-Madden
September 23, 2019
From PoliticoPro: "House Republicans are calling on Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting to come up with an administrative workaround to a 2015 court decision that complicated the business model of online lenders. In a letter to Otting, every Republican on the House Financial Services Committee told Otting that "administrative solutions" to ease the consequences of the Madden v. Midland Funding case are "available and achievable." At issue for the lawmakers is the ability of non-bank online... More
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