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Legislation

  • H.R. 4523, the “Nonprofit Property Protection Act.”


Witness List

  • Ivoree Robinson., Vice President, Property & Casualty, ABD Insurance & Financial Services, Inc.
  • Chlora Lindley-Myers., Director, Missouri Department of Commerce & Insurance, on behalf of
    the National Association of Insurance Commissioners
  • Pamela E. Davis, Founder, President and CEO, Nonprofits Insurance Alliance
  • Jon Bergner, Assistant Vice President, Public Policy & Federal Affairs, National Association of
    Mutual Insurance Companies

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    Witness List

    • Ms. Gerron Levi, Director, Policy & Government Affairs, National Community Reinvestment
      Coalition
    • Ms. Hope Knight, President & CEO, Greater Jamaica Development Corporation


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    Legislation

    • H.R. 2650, the “Payment Choice Act of 2019.”

    Witness List

    • Ms. Deyanira Del Rio, Co-Executive Director, New Economy Project
    • Mr. Usman Ahmed, Head of Global Public Policy, PayPal
    • Mr. Aaron Klein, Fellow, Economic Studies and Policy Director, Center on Regulation and Markets, Brookings Institute
    • Ms. Christina Tetreault, Senior Policy Counsel, Consumer Reports
    • Ms. Kim Ford, Executive Director, U.S. Faster Payments Council



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        Legislation

        • H.R.1856, the “The Ending Homelessness Act of 2019 .”

        • H.R.5187 , the “The Housing is Infrastructure Act of 2019.”

        • H.R.____, the “The Stable Families Act of 2020.”

        • H.R. ____, the “The Housing Emergencies Lifeline Program (HELP) Act of 2019.”

        Witness List

        • Karen Chapple, Professor and Chair of the Department of City and Regional Planning, University of California, Berkley
        • Matthew Desmond, Maurice P. During Professor of Sociology & Director of the Eviction Lab, Princeton University




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          Legislation

          • H.R. 5132, the “The Gun Violence Prevention Through Financial Intelligence Act.”
          • H.R. ____, the “Freezing Assets of Suspected Terrorists and Enemy Recruits Act .”
          • H.R. ____, the “To require the Comptroller General of the United States to carry out a study on the funding of domestic terrorism, and for other purposes.”

          Witness List

          • Rena Miller., Specialist in Financial Economics, Congressional Research Service
          • George Selim., Senior Vice President for Programs, Anti-Defamation League
          • Lecia Brooks, Chief Workplace Transformation Officer, Southern Poverty Law Center
          • Mary B. McCord, Legal Director, Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection,
            Georgetown Law

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            Legislation:

            • A resolution electing majority members to the Subcommittee on Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship, and Capital Markets was AGREED TO by unanimous consent.

            • A resolution to establish the Task Force on Artificial Intelligence in the Committee on Financial Services was AGREED TO by unanimous consent.

            • A resolution to establish the Task Force on Financial Technology in the Committee on Financial Services was AGREED TO by unanimous consent.

            • H.R. 1731, the “Cybersecurity Disclosure Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 32 ayes and 24 nays (FC-114).

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 1, offered by Mr. Himes was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

            • H.R. 2445, the “Self-Employed Mortgage Access Act of 2019” — not considered.

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 2, expected to be offered by Mr. Foster, was not considered.

            • H.R. 4545, the “Private Loan Disability Discharge Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 32 ayes and 25 nays (FC-109).

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 3, offered by Ms. Dean was AGREED TO by a voice vote.
                • An amendment offered by Ms. Wagner, no. 3a, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 25 ayes and 32 nays (FC-108).
            • H.R. 5287, the “Fair Student Loan Debt Collection Practices Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 32 ayes and 24 nays (FC-113).

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 4, expected to be offered by Mr. Lawson.
                • An amendment offered by Mr. Zeldin, no. 4a, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 32 nays (FC-112).

            • H.R. 5294, the “Student Borrowers Protections Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 32 ayes and 26 nays (FC-111).

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 5, offered by Ms. Adams was AGREED TO by a voice vote.
                • An amendment offered by Mr. Luetkemeyer “on behalf of Mr. Barr,” no. 5a, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 32 nays (FC-110).

            • H.R. 5332, the “Protecting Your Credit Score Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 31 ayes and 24 nays (FC-118).

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 6, offered by Mr. Gottheimer was AGREED TO by a voice vote.
                • An amendment offered by Mr. McHenry, no. 6a, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 31 nays (FC-117).
                • An amendment offered by Ms. Tlaib, no. 6b, was WITHDRAWN.

            • H.R. 5330, the “Consumer Protections for Medical Debt Collections Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 31 ayes and 24 nays (FC-116).

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 7, offered by Ms. Tlaib was AGREED TO by a voice vote.
                • A substitute amendment to the amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 7a, offered by Mr. Loudermilk, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 31 nays (FC-115).

            • H.R. 5322, the “Ensuring Diversity in Community Banking Act of 2019”– Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 52 ayes and 0 nays (FC-106).

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 8, offered by Mr. Meeks was AGREED TO by a voice vote.
                • A substitute amendment to the amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 8a, offered by Mr. Meeks, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

            • H.R. 5315, the “Expanding Opportunities for Minority Depository Institutions (MDIs) Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 57 ayes and 0 nays (FC-107).

              • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 9, offered by Mrs. Beatty was AGREED TO by a voice vote.





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            Witness List

            • Dr. Charlton McIlwain,Vice Provost for Faculty Engagement and Development and
              Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU
            • Dr. Marcos Lopez de Prado, Professor of Practice, Engineering School, Cornell University
              and Chief Investment Officer, True Positive Technologies
            • Ms. Rebecca Fender, CFA, Senior Director, Future of Finance, Chartered Financial Analyst
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            Legislation

            • H.R. 3958, the “FHA Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2019.”
            • H.R.____, the “Improving FHA Support for Small Dollar Mortgages Act of 2019.” [DRAFT]
            • H.R.____, the “Reinstating the FHA-FFB Partnership Act of 2019 .” [DRAFT]
            • H.R. ____, the “Helping Borrowers Avoid Foreclosure Act of 2019.” [DRAFT]
            • H.R. ____,the “Improving Federal Oversight of PACE Financing Act of 2019.” [DRAFT]
            • H.R. ____,the “Making FHA Work for Borrowers with Student Debt Act of 2019.” [DRAFT]

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