U.S. Senate Republicans Block Cordray for Consumer BureauCarter Dougherty
Republicans in the U.S. Senate today blocked the nomination of Richard Cordray as the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The vote, on a motion to end debate, was 53-45, with 60 votes required to move the nomination ahead.
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