Ohio's U.S. Sen. Brown Says Senate Sold-Out to Wall Street by Sidelining Arbitration Rule

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U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown is criticizing a Senate vote last night that will make it harder for consumers to sue financial companies. The rollback affects institutions like credit-card companies and banks, and lifts regulations by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureauon “forced arbitration” clauses that are able to stop class-action lawsuits.

Brown says the vote takes power away from ordinary Americans.

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