Trump administration wants to make redlining easier

Team Trump seeking to weaken the rules policing bank ‘redlining‘ of poor and minority communities. they could make it easier for banks to meet certain lending requirements and lower penalties.

Trump administration wants to make redlining easier Sarah Blesener | Reveal via AP This Nov. 12, 2017, photo provided by Reveal shows Point Breeze neighborhood in Philadelphia.

The lawsuit sought to end the practice of redlining, a discriminatory practice by which banks, insurance companies, and other business institutions refuse or limit loans, mortgages, insurance, etc.

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But, last year, the investigative news outlet Reveal published a massive investigation strongly suggesting that redlining continues today. Now, the Trump. Obama Administration. The bureau says it.

But, last year, the investigative news outlet Reveal published a massive investigation strongly suggesting that redlining continues today. Now, the Trump administration is moving to cut public access to the information that helped Reveal produce its report.

The Trump administration wants to cut public access to information on how, and to whom, banks loan money, making it harder to fight redlining.. Trump Wants to Make Redlining Easier. May 10, 2019. The Progressive By Preeti Vissa Kristipati.

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Let that sink in: The Trump administration is proposing to replace rules put in place by the Obama administration to reduce emissions from power plants with less stringent rules that will result.

WASHINGTON-The Trump administration is planning to introduce major revisions to the Community Reinvestment Act. Analysts said the proposed changes could “potentially transform the way banks make billions of dollars in loans, investments and donations to poorer customers.

Trump did explain the move by saying, "They didn’t want to waste their money,” and took a moment to describe his Republican.

Mortgage lenders will find it easier to discriminate against prospective borrowers under the latest quiet sabotage of financial industry rules proposed by the Trump administration. they’re actively.