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AFP Talks Financial CHOICE Act with Rep. Jeb Hensarling

Jun 7, 2017 by AFP

The group will be key voting Thursday’s House vote on the Financial CHOICE Act

Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity’s Vice President of External Affairs Christine Harbin sat down with Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling to discuss the importance of the Financial CHOICE Act ahead of Thursday’s vote on the bill. The conversation was streamed live on AFP’s Facebook page and can be viewed here.


We’re live with Rep. Hensarling to discuss the Financial CHOICE Act!

Posted by Americans for Prosperity on Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Chairman Hensarling, the bill’s sponsor, had this to say about the live event:

“I’m excited to be joining Americans for Prosperity for an exclusive discussion about the Financial CHOICE Act and why this legislation is so critical to reducing the burdensome regulations currently restricting business creation, innovation and entrepreneurship. The Financial CHOICE Act is a market driven solution to many of the onerous regulations that have caused community banks to close their doors, and consumers’ credit choices and options to dry up as a result of the Obama Administration’s Dodd-Frank Act. We appreciate AFP’s support for this effort and look forward to discussing this bill and the upcoming vote this week.”

AFP Vice President of External Affairs Christine Harbin said the following about today’s conversation:

“We are excited to sit down with Chairman Hensarling ahead of this week’s vote on the Financial CHOICE Act. This important bill provides solutions that matter to our activists like spurring economic growth and job creation, ending taxpayer-funded bank bailouts, and providing regulatory relief from some of the worst provisions of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act. We look forward to discussing the impact of this bill and are thankful for the Chairman’s leadership on this issue.”

For further information or an interview, reach Chris Neefus at or (703) 517-4504.