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July 23, 2011

House Votes - H.R. 1315: Consumer Financial Protection Safety and Soundness Improvement Act

H.Res. 358: Providing for consideration of H.R. 1315

House Report 112-172

On Question of Consideration of the Resolution
Passed by 54 votes: 227-173, 32 not voting

On Passage
Passed by 61 votes: 238-177, 17 not voting


H.R. 1315: Consumer Financial Protection Safety and Soundness Improvement Act of 2011
To amend the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act to strengthen the review authority of the Financial Stability Oversight Council of regulations issued by the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection

Amendments

H.Amdt. 687 by Rep. Jackson-Lee [D-TX18]
An amendment numbered 2 printed in House Report 112-172 to restore a 2/3 majority vote in order for the Financial Stability Oversight Council to overrule Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regulation.
Failed by 70 votes: 170-239, 23 not voting

H.Amdt. 690 by Rep. Miller [D-NC13]
An amendment numbered 5 printed in House Report 112-172 to require specific disclosure of information related to filing agency petitions to the Financial Stability Oversight Council to overturn Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rulemaking.
Failed by 64 votes: 175-238, 19 not voting

H.Amdt. 691 by Rep. Jackson-Lee [D-TX18]
An amendment numbered 6 printed in House Report 112-172 to restore time limits in which the Financial Stability Oversight Council must review and make a determination on regulations issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Failed by 66 votes: 175-240, 17 not voting

H.Amdt. 694 by Rep. Maloney [D-NY14]
An amendment numbered 9 printed in House Report 112-172 to transfer all authority that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau would receive to the Secretary of the Treasury if no Commission Chair is in place by July 21st until such time as a Chair has been confirmed by the Senate.
Failed by 77 votes: 168-244, 20 not voting

H.Amdt. 696 by Rep. Rigell [R-VA2]
An amendment numbered 11 printed in House Report 112-172 to require the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to (1) submit an analysis on the impact of its proposed rule or regulation on the financial industry, and (2) an analysis of consumers and small businesses' access to credit as a result of the regulation, to the Financial Stability Oversight Council for the purposes of public review.
Agreed to by 79 votes: 246-167, 19 not voting


On Motion to Recommit with Instructions
Failed by 50 votes: 183-232, 17 not voting

On Passage
Passed by 68 votes: 241-173, 18 not voting

1 comment:

  1. It seems to me the Republicans don't want to protect consumers.

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