CFPA

AcronymDefinition
CFPAConsumer Financial Protection Agency (proposal; US Congress)
CFPACenter for Professional Advancement
CFPACalifornia Food Policy Advocates
CFPACenter For Policy Alternatives
CFPACanadian Fluid Power Association
CFPACalifornia Foreclosure Prevention Act
CFPACanadian Federal Pilots Association
CFPACanadian Fighter Pilots Association
CFPACanadian Food Processors Association
CFPACopper Film Peeling Abnormality
CFPAChicago Film Producers Alliance
CFPACooled Focal Plane Array
CFPACustomer Floor Plan Approval (construction)
CFPACaribbean Family Planning Affiliation
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The employer's defense burden has increased under the CFPA.
Is CFPA Course: Rheology of Dispersions, New Brunswick, NJ.
Membership in CFPA is not a prerequisite for an attorney nomination.
This year's event will showcase special CFPA alumni guests, including Heidi Grant Murphy, John Olbrantz, Steve Arnold, and Jovon Miller.
The Lotus bed has definitely been the highlight of the exhibition so far, because visitors are tempted and encouraged to write about things that are still considered taboo" said another CFPA staff member.
Sure, we are all in agreement to protect consumers, but why can't the CFPA follow the same rules as any other agency?
According to the official, the CFPA began studies on the issue in the 1980s, and has trained a large number of volunteers who can help teach adolescents about reproductive health.
To see the full CFPA report, "Lost Dollars, Empty Plates: The Impact of CalFresh Participation on State and Local Economies," visit http://www.
By eliminating another possible source of credit for small businesses, the CFPA could adversely affect the payment capabilities of smaller customers, which could in turn affect the receivables of commercial creditors.
Ben Bernanke, chief of the Federal Reserve, publicly sided against the White House and with the opponents of the CFPA, arguing that a new agency was unnecessary and the Fed should retain responsibility for consumer protection (Americans for Financial Reform; Aversa 2009).
In a February 8 Wall Street Journal OpEd, Warren railed against the big banks' attempt to quash the CFPA, and said the "latest lie" being told by big bank CEOs is that the CFPA is "big government.
In November, Dodd introduced his own draft regulatory reform bill that proposes the most sweeping change in financial regulation since the 1930S, including the consolidation of the four federal regulatory authorities that oversee banks and thrifts into a single superagency, and also the creation of the so-called CFPA.