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2023 Event Ticket Sales Legislation

Legislation introduced in 2023 has centered around ticket sales regulation in the primary and secondary ticket sales markets, bots, fees, price transparency, refunds and taxes.

CFI Committee Newsletter | November 2023

Discover the latest updates for state legislators: Cyberattacks and the energy system, FCC to reestablish open internet protections, Federal Housing Administration expands access to mortgage financing and 2023 consumer credit card market report.


Right to Repair 2023 Legislation

Right to repair legislation is directed at the ability of consumers to repair their own products instead of going back to the original manufacturer for service. Right to repair legislation includes bills addressing specific products, like wheelchairs, and those targeting broader categories, such as medical, digital or agricultural equipment.

CFI Committee Newsletter | October 2023

Discover the latest updates for state legislators: NCSL urges Congress to support cannabis banking, a new survey regarding access to Wi-Fi and obstacles to employment, cybersecurity awareness month, NCSL Forecast’24, mortgage market activity and trends from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

2023 Consumer Data Privacy Legislation

State legislatures have long been involved in regulating privacy of various types of information or of specific industry sectors. For example, laws protecting student information, individuals’ social security numbers, medical information and other types of information.

CFI Committee Newsletter | September 2023

Learn about the latest financial services, technology, telecommunications, broadband and commerce policy issues we are following including: Ways to keep kids safe on social media, flood insurance, right to repair laws, affordable broadband, and access to lower-cost housing with manufactured homes.

CFI Committee Newsletter | August 2023

Discover the latest updates for state legislators: NCSL Legislative Summit, CFI Committee Resolutions, SAFE Banking Legislation in the 118th Congress, AI Research, Consumer Risks Posed by Employer driven Debt, FCC Proposes Rules.

Elderly Financial Exploitation Legislation

Financial crimes and exploitation can involve the illegal or improper use of a senior citizen's funds, property or assets, as well as fraud or identity theft perpetrated against older adults. Legislation addressing financial crimes against the elderly includes bills on mandatory reporting, criminal penalties and efforts to raise awareness, and prevention techniques and resources.