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Last week, the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued proposed new rules that would restore stay-at-home parents' access to fair credit. 

Add your name to our "Thank You" card so they know we appreciate their leadership on this issue and will back them up as they work to finalize and implement the new rules.

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To: Richard Cordray, Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Thank you for listening to our concerns and proposing new rules restoring credit-worthy stay-at-home parents' access to fair credit through the CARD Act.

This decision will help stay-at-home parents retain and build their credit while they take care of their families.  

We applaud your leadership on this important issue!


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    Great news!
    Hello friends,

    Do you remember the credit card fiasco which unintentionally prevented stay-at-home parents from getting credit cards?

    Well, there's good news! Last week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed new rules to restore credit-worthy stay-at-home parents' fair access to credit.

    This is a huge win and a great victory for families!

    Add your name to the MomsRising card thanking the CFPB for listening to our concerns and taking action to correct this unfair interpretation of this legislation: http://action.momsrising.org/sign/CFPB_Thanks2/?source=taf

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