The Consumer Financial Protection Board proposed rules that would prohibit certain providers of financial products and services to consumers from including an arbitration clause in any agreement between them that would foreclose a consumer from participating in a class action against the provider in court. Impacted providers would include most banks, other entities that provide financing to consumers, and companies that extend or broker automobile leases. Comments may be submitted to the CFPB for 90 days after publication of the proposed rule in the Federal Register.