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The Trump administration wants to count canned spray cheese. “They’re just trying to make it easier for stores that don’t carry a lot of real food to be able to take SNAP benefits,” said Margo.
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They are helped in this by, also of course, Trump appointed Treasury Secretary and banker Steven Mnuchin, as well as Trump-appointed Comptroller of the Currency and banker Joseph Otting, and the likely mechanism for doing so will be to broaden the definition of what counts as helping poor communities.
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The Trump administration on Tuesday scrapped Obama-era guidance on. and colleges to consider race when trying to diversify their campuses.. “Four decades of case law make clear that race and ethnicity can be one of many.. Please explain why affirmative action policies are a better approach than.
Among other changes, the Comptroller’s office has "softened a policy for punishing banks suspected of discriminatory lending." Yes, you read that right. Trump has made it easier for banks get away with discrimination. He’d surely say that there are "some very fine people on both sides" of that discrimination.
Therefore, an easy path. risky and make sure that these risky loans continue to get the government’s seal of approval. That is a recipe for disaster, and the administration should steer clear of.
The Trump administration wants to tighten the rules governing who qualifies for. Tuesday that curtails so-called broad-based categorical eligibility, which makes it easier for Americans with.
Trump Wants to Make Red-lining Easier The administration is moving to cut public access to information on how, and to whom, banks loan money. by Preeti Vissa Kristipati
Trump administration eyes major cra Overhaul. The Trump administration is proposing major changes to the Community Reinvestment Act – a law first enacted in 1977 – that experts believe could mean big changes for the rules that govern lending to poor borrowers. According to Wall Street Journal reports, the net effect of those changes could make.
The Trump administration wants to make it easier to fire women who act too ‘masculine’ May the Lord open.
“The word is out that the system is easy to exploit, and that’s why the numbers have exploded.” The administration’s initiatives have triggered court challenges and several injunctions blocking them.
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