Monday Minute

Upcoming legislative activity important to real estate.

Both the House and Senate are in session this week. What issues should REALTORS® follow? State of Minority Homeownership - JoAnne Poole (NAR) Testifies; FTC Oversight/Privacy and Data Security; Potential Markup of Money Laundering Legislation; and Tax Gap/Taxpayer Noncompliance.


Wednesday, May 8

  • A Review of the State of and Barriers to Minority Homeownership: JoAnne Poole (NAR) Testifies — House Financial Services Committee | Subcommittee on Housing, Community Development and Insurance
  • Oversight of the Federal Trade Commission: Strengthening Protections for Americans' Privacy and Data Security — House Energy and Commerce Committee | Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce
  • Potential Money Laundering Markup (Part 1)  — House Financial Services Committee

Thursday, May 9

  • Potential Money Laundering Markup (Part 2) — House Financial Services Committee
  • Understanding the Tax Gap and Taxpayer Noncompliance — House Ways and Means Committee

*Schedule is subject to change.

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