CFPB To Open Advisory Council Meetings To The Public
Law360, New York (May 21, 2014, 12:51 PM EDT) -- In response to complaints from industry groups and Republican lawmakers, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday announced that all of its outside advisory board and council meetings would be made open to the public.
The CFPB said in a blog post that beginning with its June 18 Community Advisory Board meeting in Reno, Nevada, members of the public will be able to attend all of the bureau's meetings with outside advisers and that the entirety of those meetings would be streamed live on the Internet.
The CFPB's Consumer Advisory Board, a panel of external experts, industry representatives, consumers, community leaders...
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