Keep our consumer cop on the financial beat

When we helped create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the wake of the Great Recession, it was to help restore safety and confidence for Americans in their finances. And our watchdog on Wall Street has been getting that job done, returning nearly $12 billion to consumers wronged by companies that have broken the law.

But now the CFPB is under attack, and we need to tell our Senators to stand up and protect our consumer cop.