Mulvaney Backlash May Drive Political Money Changes

Apr 25, 2018
In The News

Mulvaney, the White House budget chief and acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, told a group of bankers Tuesday that when he served in Congress, his office refused meetings with lobbyists who did not provide political contributions....  Maryland Rep. John Sarbanes, who chairs the Democrats' Democracy Reform Task Force, said Mulvaney's comments offered "a prime example of the warped and wicked effect that big money has on our democracy."