Public Citizen's blog discovers that all that consumer protection they've asked for has resulted in a proposed Obama-administration regulation to prohibit the use of family income in determining credit-card issuance—with the effect that stay-at-home spouses (mostly women) will be unable to get credit cards in their own name. (Citing Margaret Ryznar @ SSRN.) Earlier.
More unintended consequences from credit-card regulation
- Plaintiffs' lawyers protect their cartel by bringing antitrust suit
- Frank v. Fitzpatrick: I get to say "told you so!"
- SOPA protests demonstrate the value of limited-government principles
- Adverse effects of CARD Act's limits on freedom of contract
- Compucredit v. Greenwood
- Hans Bader uncovers a Catch-22 in EEOC enforcement
- San Francisco anti-Happy-Meal law doesn't work the way they wanted it to
- Cordray Confirmation Stalemate Continues to 'Handicap' CFPB
- Around the web, October 14
- "NLRB Postpones Worker-Notification Rule"
- Around the web, September 27
- California SB 469
- NLRB notice rule
- Around the web, August 31
- Around the web, August 19
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