ABA has been working closely with members of Congress over the past several months to make the case for regulatory relief. While the House passed several measures in the last Congress, little progress was made in the Senate.
Following ABA Chairman-Elect Dan Blanton’s testimony at a Senate Banking Committee hearing last week, the panel’s leaders appear poised to act on ABA’s Agenda for America’s Hometown Banks. They have asked for detailed feedback from community bankers on specific laws and regulations that hinder banks from serving their customers.
Bankers can click here to share their examples and experiences. ABA will compile the responses and share them with members of Congress as they explore ways to provide regulatory relief through legislation.