As a member of the House Financial Services Committee, I know that access to high quality and competitively priced financial services and products are critical to all Kentuckians. From opening a checking account, buying a car, starting a business, or saving for retirement – Americans rely on both traditional and new financial products that make our lives easier. I have been proud to lead efforts to make it access to financial products easier for Main Street businesses and the American people.
- In the 116th Congress I serve as the Ranking Member for the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, which is charged with oversight of all financial services matters, which includes conducting investigations, research and analysis of laws, government agencies and businesses.
- Supported the most pro-growth financial regulatory relief bill in a generation to our community financial institutions. Additionally, this legislative package included two of my bills – the Portfolio Lending and Mortgage Access Act and the Preserving Access to Manufactured Housing Act.
- Served as the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Monetary Policy and Trade.
- Lead efforts to enact into law the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act to modernize the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and prevent malign Chinese investment enabling the control of technologies and infrastructure that are critical to American national security.
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|1/6/17||Barr Named Chairman of Monetary Policy and Trade Subcommittee|
|10/11/16||U.S. Court Rules CFPB Structure is Unconstitutional|
|9/29/16||Barr Admonishes Wells Fargo CEO for Unauthorized Customer Accounts|
|5/19/16||Barr Introduces No Bailouts for State, Territory, and Local Governments Act|
|12/3/15||Barr Votes for Long-Term Transportation Bill|
|12/2/15||Barr’s HELP in Rural Communities Act Included in Final Version of Major Transportation Bill|
|11/18/15||Barr’s Portfolio Lending and Mortgage Access Act Passed by House of Representatives|
|10/27/15||Barr Votes for Free Markets, American Jobs|
|10/7/15||House Passes Barr’s Bill Reducing Exam Frequency for Outstanding Small Banks|
|6/18/15||Barr Responds to CFPB’s New TRID Effective Date|