Rep. Meeks Statement on the Resignation of CFPB Director Richard Cordray
Washington, D.C.—Congressman Meeks released the following statement after Richard Cordray announced his resignation as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau:
Reps. Meeks, Moore Lead 56 House Democrats in Letter to FCC about Lifeline Program
"Today, I opposed H.R. 2874, because it would make flood insurance less affordable for New Yorkers, especially residents in Queens and Nassau County..."
Rep. Meeks Statement in Opposition to the House’s 21st Century Flood Reform Act
Washington, D.C.—Congressman Meeks released the following statement after the House of Representatives voted 237-189 in favor of H.R. 2874, the 21st Century Flood Reform Act:
"This bill would better align our tax code with the American dream of upward mobility..."
Rep. Meeks and Sen. Wyden Introduce Bill to Stop Private Prisons from Exploiting Tax Incentives for Profit
"The House Republican proposal would be laughable if it wasn’t so hypocritical..."
Rep. Meeks Statement on GOP Tax Plan
Washington, D.C.—Senior Member of the Financial Services Committee, Congressman Meeks (NY-05), released the following statement on the House Republicans one-sided tax proposal:
Reps. Meeks and Budd Bipartisan Bill to Encourage IPOs Unanimously Passes House
Rep. Meeks Statement on Indictment of High-Level Trump Associates
"In the midst and wake of this darkness, the best in New Yorkers came to light, and offered a beacon of hope..."
CONGRESSMAN GREGORY W. MEEKS STATEMEMENT
ON THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF SUPERSTORM SANDY
Rep. Meeks Statement on Follow-Up Equifax Hearing
Washington, D.C.—Senior Member of the House Financial Services Committee, Congressman Gregory W. Meeks, released the following statement after today’s Equifax hearing:
Rep. Meeks Rails Republican Passage of Resolution to Repeal Forced Arbitration Rule